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Sol LeWitt Art

American, 1928-2007

While New York City’s art scene in the 1950s and ’60s revolved around Abstract Expressionism, multidisciplinary artist Sol LeWitt paved an alternative path, creating a prolific output of work in the genres of minimalism and, later, Conceptual art.

While LeWitt is perhaps best known for his immense “wall drawings,” he created work in a wide range of media, including drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture. (However, in a characteristic rebuttal of canonical art history, he referred to these pieces as “structures.”) He also produced several texts, including the seminal Sentences on Conceptual Art (1969).

Born in Hartford, Connecticut, in 1928, LeWitt received a BFA from Syracuse University before going to work as a graphic designer for the renowned architect I.M. Pei. He would later work at the book counter at the Museum of Modern Art, where his colleagues included fellow artists. LeWitt’s early exposure to architecture may well have had outsize influence on his subsequent career: He was known for the geometric nature of his work, specifically his fastidious, near-obsessive treatment of the cube, which he rendered repeatedly in various ways throughout his paintings, structures and wall drawings.

In the 1960s, LeWitt showed in several group exhibitions throughout New York and also began to experiment with three-dimensional structures, most modular riffs on the cube shape. His work was included in “Working Drawings and Other Visible Things on Paper Not Necessarily Meant to Be Viewed as Art,” curated by Mel Bochner, another leading exponent of Conceptualism.

Later, LeWitt debuted his now-iconic wall drawings, creating work directly on the walls of galleries and show spaces, beginning with pioneering gallerist Paula Cooper’s inaugural show in 1968. The wall drawings became a prime example of LeWitt’s philosophical approach to art, with their installation often carried out by museum staff or curators following precise instructions from the artist.

“The idea,” the artist once said, “becomes a machine that makes the art.” LeWitt continued to produce work until his death in 2007.

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Artist: Sol LeWitt
Circles -- Print, Lithograph, Minimalism, Geometric Abstraction by Sol LeWitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in London, GB
SOL LEWITT Lithograph, on wove paper Signed and numbered from the edition of 300 From The New York Collection for Stockholm Printed by Styria Studio Inc., New York Published by Exper...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Lithograph

Sol LeWitt, Lines, Not Long, Not Heavy, Not Touching, Drawn at Random (Circle)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hamburg, DE
Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007) Lines, Not Long, Not Heavy, Not Touching, Drawn at Random (Circle), 1970 Medium: Lithograph on wove paper Dimensions: 44.5 × 32.1 cm (17.5 × 12.6 in)...
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20th Century Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Lithograph

Piramidi
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
LEWITT, Sol. Piramidi. 10 lithographs, each 222 × 680 mm, in publisher's cardboard box, preserved in a new cloth folding box. Turin: Marco Noire Editore, 1986. This stunning set of ...
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Paper

Sol LeWitt, Isometric Figures II - SIgned Print, Orignal Linocut, Conceptual Art
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hamburg, DE
Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007) Isometric Figures (Plate II), 2002 Medium: Linocut in colors on Somerset Satin Dimensions: 50 × 75 cm (19½ × 29½ in) Edition of 55: Hand-signed and n...
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20th Century Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Linocut

Parallel Curves
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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Early 2000s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint, Lithograph

Four Sides of the Tower - Yellow
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Four Sides of the Tower - Blue
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Four Sides of the Tower - Red
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

A sphere lit from the top, four sides and all their combinations
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
This artwork by Sol Lewitt is offered by CLAMP in New York City. A sphere lit from the top, four sides and all their combinations 2004 Signed and numbered in pencil, verso Archiva...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Sol LeWitt Art

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Archival Pigment

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Historic lithograph (Hand signed by Sol Lewitt, Philip Glass and Meredith Monk)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
Sol Lewitt Benefit Concert (Hand signed by Sol Lewitt, Philip Glass and Meredith Monk), 1978 Offset lithograph 19 1/2 × 21 1/2 inches Limited Edition of 75 Hand signed by Sol Lewitt ...
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1970s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Offset, Pencil, Lithograph

A Pyramid
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 5/8 inches (203 x 194 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 5/8 inches (203 x 194 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

"Color and Black" Large colors etching with aquatint, framed
By Sol LeWitt
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork titled "Color and Black #3" 1991 is a colors etching with spit bit aquatint on Somerset textured white paper by renown artist Sol (Solomon) Le Witt, 1928-2007. It is and signed and numbered 11/15 in pencil by the artist. Whit the blind stamp of the publisher/printer at the lower right corner. The image size is 22.75 x 22.75 inches, paper sheet is 40.75 x 39.75 inches, Framed size is 43.25 x 42,5 inches. Published by Crown Point Press, San Francisco. Printed by Lawrence Hamin, Lothar Osterburg, Paul Mullowney and Pamela Paulson at Crown Point Press, San Francisco. Referenced and pictured in the artist's catalogue raisonne #1991.07, plate #03. Custom Framed in a wooden black frame, floated on a white backing, with white spacer. It is in excellent condition. About the artist: Known for his modular white cube sculpture, geometric drawings and abstract design paintings including many wall paintings that took teams of people to execute, Sol LeWitt was a major promoter of dominant post World War II Conceptualism and Minimalism. He used geometric shapes and lines to challenge his viewers, and sometimes they seemed logical and other times they seemed to have no basis in either reason or reality. Although he was highly active in New York City, he shied away from any semblance of art celebrity life style and spent much of his later life working from his home and studio in Chester, Connecticut. At the beginning of his career when he was gaining notoriety, conservative critics panned him fiercely. Seeking to get away from the frenetic activity of the New York art scene, he went to Spoleto, Italy in the 1980s and remained there for many years. The influence of Italian culture seemed to lend a new opulent quality to his work, and also the launching of his wall paintings, which he called drawings even though they were done with acrylic paint. "He began making colored flagstone patterns, spiky sculptural blobs and ribbons of color, like streamers on New Year's Eve, often as enormous decorations for buildings around the world. It was if he had devised a latter-day kind of Abstract Expressionism . . ." (Kimmelman) Of his personal modesty it was written: "He tried to suppress all interest in him as opposed to his work; he turned down awards and was camera-shy and reluctant to grant interviews. He particularly disliked the prospect of having his photograph in the newspaper." (Kimmelman) Sol LeWitt was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Russian immigrant parents. His father, a doctor, died when Sol was age six, and he and his mother then went to live with an aunt in New Britain, Connecticut. His mother encouraged his art talent, and enrolled him in classes at the Wadsworth Atheneum. LeWitt's subsequent residence in Chester, after he was a well-known artist, was near the Atheneum, and he became a strong supporter of that institution including the securing of a long time loan to it of a highly prestigious private collection of modern art. LeWitt earned a B.F.A. degree from Syracuse University in 1949, and then was drafted in the Korean War. His special assignment was making posters for the Special Services. From 1955 to 1956, he worked as a graphic designer for architect I.M. Pei, who was beginning his career. He also did pasteups for Seventeen magazine...
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Late 20th Century Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

"Curvy Brushstrokes" Large etching with aquatint, framed
By Sol LeWitt
Located in San Francisco, CA
This artwork titled "Curvy Brushstrokes" 1997 is a colors etching with sugar lift aquatint on Somerset textured white paper by renown artist Sol (Solomon) LeWitt, 1928-2007. It is hand signed and numbered 1/15 in pencil by the artist. The image size is 29.90 x 39.90 inches, paper sheet size is 40.5 x 49.80 inches, framed size is 43.75 x 53 inches. Published by Crown Point Press, San Francisco, printed by Dana Sywulak, assisted by Dena Schneleit, Mary Andrews and Case Hudson at Crown Press, San Francisco. Referenced and pictured in the artist's catalogue raisonne, plate #1997.07. Custom framed in a wooden black frame, floated on white backing, with white spacer. It is in excellent condition, the frame has minor very small restorations, practically invisible. About the artist: Known for his modular white cube sculpture, geometric drawings and abstract design paintings including many wall paintings that took teams of people to execute, Sol LeWitt was a major promoter of dominant post World War II Conceptualism and Minimalism. He used geometric shapes and lines to challenge his viewers, and sometimes they seemed logical and other times they seemed to have no basis in either reason or reality. Although he was highly active in New York City, he shied away from any semblance of art celebrity life style and spent much of his later life working from his home and studio in Chester, Connecticut. At the beginning of his career when he was gaining notoriety, conservative critics panned him fiercely. Seeking to get away from the frenetic activity of the New York art scene, he went to Spoleto, Italy in the 1980s and remained there for many years. The influence of Italian culture seemed to lend a new opulent quality to his work, and also the launching of his wall paintings, which he called drawings even though they were done with acrylic paint. "He began making colored flagstone patterns, spiky sculptural blobs and ribbons of color, like streamers on New Year's Eve, often as enormous decorations for buildings around the world. It was if he had devised a latter-day kind of Abstract Expressionism . . ." (Kimmelman) Of his personal modesty it was written: "He tried to suppress all interest in him as opposed to his work; he turned down awards and was camera-shy and reluctant to grant interviews. He particularly disliked the prospect of having his photograph in the newspaper." (Kimmelman) Sol LeWitt was born in Hartford, Connecticut to Russian immigrant parents. His father, a doctor, died when Sol was age six, and he and his mother then went to live with an aunt in New Britain, Connecticut. His mother encouraged his art talent, and enrolled him in classes at the Wadsworth Atheneum. LeWitt's subsequent residence in Chester, after he was a well-known artist, was near the Atheneum, and he became a strong supporter of that institution including the securing of a long time loan to it of a highly prestigious private collection of modern art. LeWitt earned a B.F.A. degree from Syracuse University in 1949, and then was drafted in the Korean War. His special assignment was making posters for the Special Services. From 1955 to 1956, he worked as a graphic designer for architect I.M. Pei, who was beginning his career. He also did pasteups for Seventeen magazine...
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Late 20th Century Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Vertical Not Straight Lines Not Touching On Color, Plate 2
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
Medium: Etching with aquatint Framed dimensions: 52 1/2h x 38 1/2w inches
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1990s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Color Grids, All Vertical & Horizontal Combinations of Black, Yellow, Red & Blue
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
Sol LeWitt Color Grids, All Vertical & Horizontal Combinations of Black, Yellow, Red & Blue Straight, Not-Straight & Broken Lines, 1980 Silkscreen on Arches 88 Paper Hand signed, num...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen, Pencil, Graphite

Untitled (from the Kinderstern Portfolio)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
A very good impression of this color screenprint on Fabriano Bütten smooth 300 Gram paper. Signed and numbered 12/100 in pencil by Lewitt. Printed and published by Editions Domberger...
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1980s Conceptual Sol LeWitt Art

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Color, Screen

Nine Pointed Stars, Colors
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Greenwich, CT
With Nine Pointed Stars, the most complex of the “Pointed Star” series executed in 1996, Lewitt employs his trademark systematic use of grids, geometric shapes, and precise mathemati...
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1990s Contemporary Sol LeWitt Art

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Handmade Paper

Black with White Lines, Vertical, Not Touching (Krakow 1970.07; 3. Kornfeld)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
Sol Lewitt Black with White Lines, Vertical, Not Touching, from Conspiracy: The Artist as Witness (Krakow 1970.07; 3. Kornfeld), 1971 Lithograph on Wove Paper Edition AP (A rare Artists Proof, aside from the regular edition of 150) Hand-signed by Sol Lewitt: pencil signed on the reverse (see photos), annotated Artists Proof, blindstamp of the publisher; copyright stamp reads: COPYRIGHT 1971 BY SOL LEWITT Published by: Bank Street Shorewood Atelier Frame included: Held in original vintage metal frame Measurements: Framed: 25 inches x 28 inches Sheet: 17 inches x 23 ½ inches This one-color lithograph pulled by hand from stone on Arches paper at the Shorewood Bank Street Atelier in New York by American master Sol Lewitt is a classic example of pure Minimalist art from the early 1970s - the most influential and desirable era. A very rare Artists Proof, aside from the regular edition of 150. "Vertical Lines Not Touching (Black)" was created for the legendary portfolio "CONSPIRACY: the Artist as Witness", to raise money for the legal defense of the Chicago 8 - a group of anti-Vietnam War activists indicted by President Nixon's Attorney General John Mitchell for conspiring to riot during the 1968 Democratic National Convention. (1968 was also the year Bobby Kennedy was killed and American casualties in Vietnam exceeded 30,000.) The eight demonstrators included Abbie Hoffman...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Lithograph, Pencil

Wavy Irregular Bands - Etching by Sol Lewitt - 1996
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Roma, IT
Wavy Irregular Bands is an artwork realized by Sol Lewitt in 1996.  Etching and Aquatint on Arches 88 Paper. Edition of 35 + 8 AP + 8 T + 1 BAT + 1 NB. Edition 19/35. Signed and n...
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1990s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching

Wavy Irregular Bands - Etching by Sol Lewitt - 1996
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Roma, IT
Wavy Irregular Bands is an artwork realized by Sol Lewitt in 1996.  Etching and Aquatint on Arches 88 Paper. Edition of 35 + 8 AP + 8 T + 1 BAT + 1 NB. Edition 19/35. Signed and n...
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1990s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching

Wavy Irregular Bands - Etching by Sol Lewitt - 1996
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Roma, IT
Wavy Irregular Bands is an artwork realized by Sol Lewitt in 1996.  Etching and Aquatint on Arches 88 Paper. Edition of 35 + 8 AP + 8 T + 1 BAT + 1 NB. 35 x 89,2 cm. Edition 19/35....
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1990s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching

Untitled
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Ljubljana, SI
Original color silkscreen, 1998. Edition of 108 signed and numbered impressions on Arches paper. Sol LeWitt was a well-known American Conceptual and Minimal artist. He is famous for ...
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1990s Op Art Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Five Pointed Star
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
Sol Lewitt (1928 – 2007) Five Pointed Star Color Screenprint on Arches wove paper, c. 1992 Sheet size: 32 3/4” x 22 ¼” Signed by artist and numbered Edition 104 of 250] Printed by Keizo Tasaka, Watanabe Studio, Ltd., Brooklyn Published by Puma Trading, Paris or Editiones Catalanes, Barcelona, for the International Olympic Committee, with blind stamp lower center Sol LeWitt was born on September 9th, 1928, in Hartford, Connecticut to Eastern European immigrants. LeWitt received a BFA from Syracuse University in 1949 (where he made his first prints) and then was drafted in the Korean War in 1951. During his service, he made posters for the Special Services and spent time in Japan, where he bought the first works that became the basis of a large personal art collection. In 1953, he moved to New York City, where he studied at the Cartoonists and Illustrators School (now the School of Visual Arts) and worked for Seventeen Magazine...
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1990s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Unique drawing Geometric Abstraction on postcard conceptual art (hand signed)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in New York, NY
Sol LeWitt Unique Geometric Abstraction on Postcard, 1982 Original drawing done on postcard from the Van Gogh Museum (Amsterdam), mailed, stamped and postmarked (franked) from Spolet...
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1980s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Ink, Postcard, Mixed Media, Offset

Forms Derived from a Cube 12
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Forms Derived from a Cube 9
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. Many of his works were created from elaborate a...
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1980s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Five Pointed Star with Color Bands
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Toronto, Ontario
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) is an important contributor to the 20th century's most cerebral "isms" notably minimalism and conceptual art. His infamous large-scale "wall drawings" destab...
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1990s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203 x 198 mm). Not signed.
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Sol LeWitt – Form Derived from a Cubic Rectangle (Steps) – hand-signed woodcut
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Varese, IT
woodcut in colors on Fukui-Kozo paper, edited in 1992 Limited edition of 75 copies in Arabic numerals, 24 in Roman numerals, and 26 lettered impressions Signed in pencil by artist in...
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1990s Pop Art Sol LeWitt Art

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Paper, Woodcut

silkscreen
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Henderson, NV
Medium: silkscreen. Printed in 1984 for "Ficciones" and published by The Limited Editions Club in an edition of 1500. Size: 8 x 7 3/4 inches (203...
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1980s Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

The Location of Lines (Full Set)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in London, GB
Printed by Gerald Sisco at the Crown Point Press, Oakland, California. Published by Parasol Press, Ltd. New York, 1975.
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1970s Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching

Bands Not Straight in Four Directions (Full Set of 4)
By Sol LeWitt
Located in London, GB
Woodcut Each 38 x 86 cms (15 x 33 7/8 ins.) Edition of 75, Set of 4 Each work in set numbered 32/75 Published by Parasol Press Ltd., New York Catalogue r...
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1990s Sol LeWitt Art

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Woodcut

Six Geometric Figures
By Sol LeWitt
Located in London, GB
Etching with Aquatint, white on black
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1970s Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

Tondo Stars
By Sol LeWitt
Located in London, GB
Signed and numbered 6 colours each Paper: Somerset Satin, White, 300 grams Printers: Eisaku Sakane, assisted by Keigo Takahashhi & Chie Shimizu, Watanbe Studio, New York Completed 8th November 2002 Published by Bernard Jacobson Ltd., London, and Parasol Press...
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Early 2000s Conceptual Sol LeWitt Art

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Linocut

"Irregular Arcs from Four Sides" signed etching with aquatint by Sol LeWitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Boca Raton, FL
"Irregular Arcs from Four Sides" colorful, geometric abstract etching with aquatint in colors on Somerset paper with full margins. Signed and numbered PP 2/3 in pencil on front lower...
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1990s Contemporary Sol LeWitt Art

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Etching, Aquatint

"Grids and Color Plate #41" by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) Grids and Color Plate #41 Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 wit...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Broken Gray Bands in Four Directions by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) "Broken Gray Bands in Four Directions" Linocuts in colors on Somerset Velvet White paper, 2005 18 x 43-1/4 inches (45.7 x 109.9 cm) (sheet) T.P. 2/2 (aside from an edition of 50) Signed and numbered in pencil lower right Published by Pace Editions, New York Sol LeWitt was born on September 9th, 1928 in Hartford, Connecticut to Eastern European immigrants. LeWitt received a BFA from Syracuse University in 1949 (where he made his first prints) and then was drafted in the Korean War in 1951. During his service, he made posters for the Special Services and spent time in Japan, where he bought the first works that became the basis of a large personal art collection. In 1953, he moved to New York City, where he studied at the Cartoonists and Illustrators School (now the School of Visual Arts) and worked for Seventeen Magazine...
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Early 2000s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Linocut

"Grids and Color Plate #40" by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) Grids and Color Plate #40 Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 wit...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Untitled (1995). Gouache on paper by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hong Kong, HK
Sol LeWitt (1928-2007) Untitled Gouache on Paper 28.5 x 37.5 cm (11 1/4 x 14 3/4 in) Executed in 1995 Signed and dated 95 lower right Provenance Marco Noire Contemporary Art Turin...
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1990s Abstract Geometric Sol LeWitt Art

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Paper, Gouache

ART
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Aventura, FL
Unique gouache on handmade paper. Hand signed and dated lower front. Artwork sheet size 8.5 x 10.5 inches. Custom framed as pictured. Artwork is in excellent condition. Artwork ...
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Early 2000s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Paper, Gouache

VERTICAL BRUSH STROKES
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Aventura, FL
Original gouache on paper. Hand signed and dated lower front. Artwork sheet size 22 x 10 inches. Custom framed as pictured. Artwork is in excellent condition. Certificate of aut...
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1990s Abstract Sol LeWitt Art

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Paper, Gouache

"Grids in Color Plate #25" by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) Grids and Color Plate #43 Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 wit...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

"Grids and Color Plate #43 " by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) Grids and Color Plate #43 Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 wit...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

"Grids and Color Plate #44" by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) Grids and Color Plate #40 Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 wit...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

"Grids and Color Plate #42" by Sol Lewitt
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Hinsdale, IL
SOL LEWITT (1928 – 2007) "Grids and Color Plate #42" Silkscreen in colors on Arches 88 paper, c. 1979 Impression 8 of an edition of 10 w...
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1970s Minimalist Sol LeWitt Art

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Screen

Brushstrokes in Different Colors in Two Directions: Plate #04
By Sol LeWitt
Located in Philadelphia, PA
Sol LeWitt Brushstrokes in Different Colors in Two Directions: Plate #04, 1993 Etching 47 x 29.25 in PP, Ed. 1/3, Ed. of 35 Condition: Float-mounted; some very minor scuffs to darke...
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1990s Sol LeWitt Art

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Find a wide variety of authentic Sol LeWitt art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of blue, red, yellow and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Sol LeWitt in screen print, etching, aquatint and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 20th century and is mostly associated with the abstract style. Not every interior allows for large Sol LeWitt art, so small editions measuring 5 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of David Collins, Patricia A Pearce, and Larry Zox. Sol LeWitt art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $100 and tops out at $51,300, while the average work can sell for $4,950.

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  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Sol LeWitt said that in conceptual art, the idea behind the art was at least as, if not more, important than what the finished work was. Some of the American artist's most famous works include Wall Drawing N.804, Brushstrokes and Lines in Four Directions. Find a collection of Sol LeWitt art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Sol LeWitt was an American artist who experimented in different forms of art, including sculpture, painting and drawing. What he’s probably best known for is his conceptual art and his belief that the idea of art itself was art. He thought that the conception of the idea was the artists, but the production of the art could be done by anyone, or not done at all. On 1stDibs, find a variety of original artwork from top artists.

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