Artist Nicholas de Stael was born in 1914. Russian born, he moved to Poland then studied art in Brussels, Belgium. His first solo exhibition was during 1936 in Belgium. By 1941 Mr. de Stael moved to Nice, France. A few years later he died of suicide at age 41.
During his short lifespan, Mr. de Stael created over 1,000 paintings, many abstract landscapes, collages and textiles. His work, displayed worldwide, has best been described as abstract expressionism, color field painting, and bold lyrical abstraction.
Solid Ground 3 (yellow)-shown above- was painted using a fine 2013 Oak Grove Cabernet Sauvignon Family Reserve from Oak Grove Vineyards in Saint Martin, California. Solid Ground 3 (yellow) is available for purchase whether as a Limited Edition Print or on metal by going to the Shop Our Art section, clicking either on Modern and Abstract or Art on Metal, clicking on the Solid Ground 3 image and then following the prompts.