Wexler Gallery

Sol LeWitt

  • Brushstrokes in Different Colors in Two Directions: Plate #04, 1993
    Brushstrokes in Different Colors in Two Directions: Plate #04, 1993
    Etching
    47 x 29.25 in
    PP, Ed. 1/3, Ed. of 35
  • Untitled, 1988
    Screenprint in colors on wove paper
    PP 3/3,
  • Untitled, 1988
    Screenprint in colors on wove paper
    PP 3/3,
  • Untitled, 1988
    Screenprint in colors on wove paper
    PP 3/3,
  • Untitled, 1988
    Screenprint in colors on wove paper
    PP 3/3,
  • Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) , 1995
    Woodcut on Awa Kozo paper
    35.5 x 20.75 in
    Ed. 22/40
  • Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) , 1995
    Woodcut on Awa Kozo paper
    35.5 x 20.75 in
    Ed. 22/40
  • Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) , 1995
    Woodcut on Awa Kozo paper
    35.5 x 20.75 in
    Ed. 22/40
  • Wavy Lines (Gray and Color) , 1995
    Woodcut on Awa Kozo paper
    35.5 x 20.75 in
    Ed. 22/40
  • Not Straight Brush Strokes In All Directions, 1993
    Gouache on paper
    60 x 60 in
    68 x 68 x 2.5 in framed

Sol LeWitt’s conceptual compositions articulate structure and method. Like a musical score, the artwork is instructional and minimizes the hand of the artist in order to convey an abstract and universal expression. LeWitt (American, 1928–2007) is renowned as a founding member of both Minimalism and Conceptual Art.