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Arlene Stamp (born 1938) is a Canadian conceptual artist.

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Born in London, Ontario, Stamp initially studied mathematics, graduating in 1960 from the University of Western Ontario. This background influenced her study of art, first at the Alberta College of Art and Design and then the University of Calgary. She is noted for her "mathematical-abstract paintings" and works based on "complex mathematical formulas and recursive pattern theories". She has completed artistic series on the works of Gladys Johnston, the colour red, and the grid patterns of floor tiles, among other concepts.

She was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2007.

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