Theodoros Stamos

Greek/American (1922–1997)

About the artist:

Theodoros Stamos was one of the original Abstract Expressionists working in New York City in the 1940s and 50s. His interest in nature, Surrealism, primitive arts and Asian Mysticism helped him to synthesize a non-representational language, which he emphasized with subtle gradations of color and form. His canvases often have a grainy, atmospheric surface with muted colors and calligraphic configurations.

Stamos, the fourth of six children born to Greek immigrants in New York City, was awarded a scholarship to American Artists’ School, where he studied sculpture with Simon Kennedy and Joseph Konzal. His work has been exhibited throughout the world, and can be found in major museum collections such as the Whitney Museum of Art, the Guggenheim Museum, Smithsonian and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. For a more complete list, go to Theodore Stamos Museum Exhibitions and Chronology.

Theodoros Stamos

Greek/American (1922–1997)

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About the artist:

Theodoros Stamos was one of the original Abstract Expressionists working in New York City in the 1940s and 50s. His interest in nature, Surrealism, primitive arts and Asian Mysticism helped him to synthesize a non-representational language, which he

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