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Robert Stackhouse
Inner Soundless
Lithograph on grey Rives BFK
Year: 1992
Size: 20.25 x 26 in
Edition: 75
Signed and dated in pencil R Stackhouse 92, lower middle
Blind stamp and Veda Ozelle’s blind stamp, lower right
Printer: Tamarind Institute
Ref.#: #92-315
Internal Ref.#: 924802-912

Condition: Overall good condition with all margins visible. Very minor handling creases in the right area of the sheet.

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Robert Stackhouse (born 1942 in Bronxville, New York, United States) is an American artist and sculptor

Stackhouse graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in 1965. He later earned a master’s degree at the University of Maryland, College Park in studio art. USF’s Contemporary Art Museum contains an archive of his work, with copies of all of his prints over the course of his career.

A-frames are a frequent theme in the artist’s paintings and sculpture. Ruby’s Heart, in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art, is an example of this recurring minimalist subject. Stackhouse’s work has been featured in one-man exhibitions in museums such as the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and his work has been compared to that of Harriet Feigenbaum.

The artist Mary Beth Edelson lived with Stackhouse for 27 years.

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Robert Stackhouse (born 1942 in Bronxville, New York, United States) is an American artist and sculptor

Stackhouse graduated with a bachelor’s degree from the University of South Florida in 1965. He later earned a master’s degree at the University of Maryland, College Park in studio art. USF’s Contemporary Art Museum contains an archive of his work, with copies of all of his prints over the course of his career.

A-frames are a frequent theme in the artist’s paintings and sculpture. Ruby’s Heart, in the collection of the Honolulu Museum of Art, is an example of this recurring minimalist subject. Stackhouse’s work has been featured in one-man exhibitions in museums such as the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and his work has been compared to that of Harriet Feigenbaum.

The artist Mary Beth Edelson lived with Stackhouse for 27 years.

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