From the series Imaginary Places II, Publisher: Tyler Graphics, Mount Kisco, New York; Axsom 245; Collection of Preston H. Haskell, Class of 1960

Perinthia, above, a 1996 lithograph, is one of 41 prints by Frank Stella ’58 that are part of an exhibition at the University Art Museum timed to coincide with the artist’s 60th reunion. “FRANK STELLA UNBOUND: LITERATURE AND PRINTMAKING” focuses on four print series made between 1984 and 1999, each named after a literary work: the Passover song “Had Gadya,” a group of Italian folktales, Moby-Dick, and The Dictionary of Imaginary Places. The exhibition, which runs through Sept. 23, shows the impact of the works on Stella’s style and on contemporary printmaking.