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Walter Stomps Abstract Pastel Drawing, 1960

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Walter Stomps, Jr. (Kentucky/Ohio, 1929 – 2020)
Untitled, 1960
Pastel drawing on paper
Signed and inscribed “Ibiza” to the lower left

From the estate of the artist, Walter Stomps, Jr.

Walter Stomps was a modern formalist artist who specialized in large-scale Abstract Expressionist and geometric Color Field paintings. He received his BFA and MFA at the Art Institute of Chicago, during which he developed a method of layering acrylic paint and applying large dabs of paint with industrial paper towels and paint-soaked linen. Throughout his career, Stomps also taught at the Middletown Fine Arts Center, the Dayton Arts Institute, and Western Kentucky University for over four decades. Similar to other Modernists of the 20th century, he began working in a more representational style, then progressed into gestural Abstract Expressionism before developing his mature monumental Color Field style. His work has been exhibited at multiple institutions including the Cincinnati Art Museum, the Dayton Art Institute, the Owensboro Museum of Art, and the J.B. Speed Museum of Art.


- sheet of drawing mounted along the upper edge to a backing sheet clipped to a larger backing sheet; slight toning to sheets; slight smudges to the drawing and to the largest backing sheet; crease and tears to the upper right corner of the largest backing sheet.


26.0" W x 33.0" H x 0.1" D

- measures frames; drawing measures 20.0" W x 27.5" H.

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