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Chocorua III, 1966
Fluorescent alkyd and epoxy paint on canvas
120 × 128 in. (304.8 × 325.12 cm)
Gift of Friends of Art M1968.12
Photo credit: John R. Glembin
© Frank Stella / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Kennedy, Brian P., and Frank Stella. Frank Stella: Irregular Polygons, 1965-66. Hanover, N. H.: Trustees of Dartmouth College, 2010, color illus. pp. 12 and 114. caption p. 35.
Baker, Kenneth. Minimalism: Art of Circumstance. New York: Abbeville Press, Inc., 1988, b/w illus. p. 38.
Pittsburgh International (1970–1971). The 1970 Pittsburgh International: Exhibition of Contemporary Art. Pittsburgh: Carnegie Institute, 1970, cat. 215.
Fried, Michael. Shape as Form: Frank Stella's New Paintings. reprinted in Galdzahler, Henry. New York Painting and Sculpture: 1940-1970. New York City: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1969 (misdated 1967), pp. 403–25, discussed pp. 415 and 418, illus. p. 416.
Stella, Frank, and Michael Fried. Frank Stella: An Exhibition of Recent Paintings, Pasadena Art Museum, October 18 to November 20, 1966, Seattle Art Museum Pavilion, January 12 to February 12, 1967, pp. 23 and 27, cat. no. 1, illus. p. 26.
Fried, Michael. Shape as Form: Frank Stella's New Paintings. Art Forum, November 1966, pp. 18–27, dicussed p. 23, illus. p. 22.
Sensory Overload: Light, Motion, Sound and the Optical in Art Since 1945, Milwaukee Art Museum, January 24, 2008 - June 7, 2009.
Color Renaissance: Painting and Sculpture in the Sixties, Milwaukee Art Center, July 14–August 25, 1974.
1970 Pittsburgh International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, October 20, 1970–January 10, 1971.
Frank Stella, Pasadena Art Museum, October 18–November 20, 1966; Seattle Art Museum Pavilion, January 12–February 12, 1967.
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