David Novros (b. 1941), born in Los Angeles, is an American painter and muralist known for his geometric abstraction and fresco paintings.He studied fine arts the University of California and moved to New York in 1964. Since 1970, his main interest has been in fresco painting. In 1970, Donald Judd commissioned him to paint a large fresco for his New York studio and a number of fresco commissions followed. Many of his pieces are large scale installations and include the recurring theme of right-angled L-shapes. He has held a Guggenheim Foundation Grant and participated in exhibitions of abstraction at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and the Whitney Museum of American Art, among other art venues.