Stella Sullivan

"A Loggia" Abstract Pink and Green Spanish Outdoor Architectural Landscape Print 1967



Screen Print, Paper


Abstract pink, green, and white serigraph of a Spanish outdoor architectural landscape titled "A Loggia" by Stella Sullivan. The Italian word for “lodge,” loggia is a covered space running along the length of a building similar to a porch, but with columns or arches on the open side. Titled, editioned (117/118), signed, and dated by the artist at the bottom of the print. The print is currently displayed in a light natural wood frame with a cream matte.

Artist Biography

Stella Sullivan was born in Houston, Texas. She earned her degree in architecture from Rice Institute (now Rice University) and worked for her father in architectural drafting. She received private lessons from artist, Ola McNeill Davidson, and attended classes at Museum School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Sullivan moved to Michigan where she studied at the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts, later transferring to the Cranbrook Academy of Art where she graduated with her master of fine arts degree. Sullivan was an instructor at the Museum School (now Glassell School) of Art, the University of Houston, Sam Houston State University, and the University of Delaware. She established the Stella Sullivan School of Art where she taught painting, drawing, design, and silk-screening during the 1970s. Her career as an artist and teacher in Houston spans seven decades.

Dimensions With Frame

H 26 in. x W 30.25 in. x D 1.5 in.

Dimensions Without Frame

H 17 in. x W 21 in.