Sol LeWitt

Sol LeWitt

Artwork

Distorted Cubes Portfolio (5) (7/8), 2001
Sol LeWitt

Distorted Cubes Portfolio (5) (7/8), 2001

Block print

35 x 42.50 in

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Loops and Curves (Small) Black (3/45), 1999
Sol LeWitt

Loops and Curves (Small) Black (3/45), 1999

Sugar Lift Aquatint

15 x 13 in

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Whirls and Twirls (3/50), 2005
Sol LeWitt

Whirls and Twirls (3/50), 2005

Linocut

22.50 x 52.62 in

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Broken Gray Bands in Four Directions (4/10), 2005
Sol LeWitt

Broken Gray Bands in Four Directions (4/10), 2005

Linocut

18 x 43.50 in

$3,000.00

Centered Cube within a Blue Circle (1000/30), 1987
Sol LeWitt

Centered Cube within a Blue Circle (1000/30), 1987

Color silkscreen

22 x 30 in

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Centered Cube within a Red Circle (4/5), 1988
Sol LeWitt

Centered Cube within a Red Circle (4/5), 1988

Color silkscreen

22 x 30 in

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Centered Cube within a Yellow Circle (5/8), 1987
Sol LeWitt

Centered Cube within a Yellow Circle (5/8), 1987

Color silkscreen

22 x 30 in

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Horizontal Composite, Four Colors (127/150), 1970
Sol LeWitt

Horizontal Composite, Four Colors (127/150), 1970

Silkscreen

18 x 40 in

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Loops and Curves Blue/Red (4/20), 1990
Sol LeWitt

Loops and Curves Blue/Red (4/20), 1990

Sugar Lift Aquatint

40 x 26.60 in

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Wavy Brushstrokes Superimposed (4/35), 1998
Sol LeWitt

Wavy Brushstrokes Superimposed (4/35), 1998

Etching and hand-drawn photo transfer with aquatint

35.50 x 35.50 in

$7,000.00

Yellow with White Lines, Vertical, Not Touching, 1970
Sol LeWitt

Yellow with White Lines, Vertical, Not Touching, 1970

Lithograph

16.75 x 16.75 in

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Sol LeWitt
Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007) Sol LeWitt was born in Hartford, Connecticut and attended Syracuse University, receiving his B.F.A in 1949. After serving as a graphic artist during the Korean War, LeWitt moved to New York in 1953, where he worked as a draftsman for architect I.M. Pei. Later, taking an entry-level job at the Museum of Modern Art, Modern Art, New York, LeWitt worked with fellow artists Robert Ryman, Dan Flavin, and Robert Mangold. LeWitt was instrumental in establishing Conceptual Art and Minimalism of the post war era, creating drawings, prints and structures (a term that the artist preferred to sculpture), by reducing art to the most basic shapes and colors. In 1965, LeWitt had his first solo exhibition at the Daniels Gallery, New York, followed by a show at the Dwan Gallery, New York in 1966. Also in 1966, LeWitt was included in the Primary Structures exhibit at the Jewish Museum, New York. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, gave LeWitt his first retrospective, Sol LeWitt, in 1978-79 and then in 1966 organized a traveling survey exhibition, Sol LeWitt Prints: 1970-1995. The exhibition traveled to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York. LeWitt has been included in numerous museum exhibitions, including the Tate Gallery, London; Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; Stedelijk, Amsterdam; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; MASS MoCA, Massachusetts; Museum of Modern Art, New York, and UCLA Hammer Museum, Los Angeles. LeWitt’s work is in the collections of nearly every contemporary art museum in the world, including the Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines; Museum of Modern Art, New York; the Tate Collection, London; and the Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut, which also holds the LeWitt Collection, a large selection of work by contemporary artists assembled by LeWitt himself.
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