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Tahkt-I-Sulayman Variation II, 1969 (acrylic on canvas)
In 1967 Frank Stella began a series of brightly colored paintings based on the protractor, a drafting tool used for measuring and constructing angles. With the protractor he made three semicircular designs--the "interlace," the "rainbow" (seen here), and the "fan".