Carl Andre in Exh. Cat., New York, Museum of Modern Art, Sixteen Americans, 1959
“[The Benjamin Moore paintings] occupy a special position in Stella’s development in that they contain the root vocabulary of all that had gone before. It was as if he had worked his way back to the primary form of the patterns of which the Black and Copper pictures might be considered derivations…Stella had been working toward the tighter facture of the Benjamin Moore series all along”
William Rubin, Exh. Cat., New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Frank Stella 1970-1987, 1987, pp. 70-72
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