D'Arcangelo, Allan. CONSTELLATION SERIES I-IV. Screenprints, 1971. Published by Marlborough Graphics. Editions of 90, each signed and numbered in pencil. Each 25 7/8 inches square, 657 mm., square. One with a small scuff within the black area of the image, all with some browning at the sheet edges, else in very good condition. Striking, brightly colored geometric shapes interlocking with the beams or columns typically seen in D'Arcangelo's work. Allan D'Arcangelo, 1930-1998 is best known for his abstract works suggesting architectural or construction elements in various spatial relationships and for his stylized scenes of highways. His prints were usually serigraphs (screenprints), in which color combines with geometric shapes to produce a formally elegant composition.