Sol LeWitt

American , 1928 - 2007

Born in Hartford, Connecticut in 1928, Sol LeWitt attended Syracuse University and Cartoonists and Illustrators School after moving to New York City. He worked as a graphic designer for architect I.M. Pei, and he currently lives and works in Chester, Connecticut.

As one of the originators of Conceptual Art, Sol LeWitt believed in the primacy of the idea or concept in an artwork over and above its execution or aesthetic sensibility. In his sculptures, paintings, wall drawings, and prints, LeWitt explored repetitions and variations of simple elements of line or shape in order to achieve complex relationships and patterns.
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Number 7 from Eight Small Etchings

1999

Pettibone Fine Art

$2,200 - $5,500

Arcs From Four Corners

1986

Senior & Shopmaker Gallery

Price upon request

Bands of Line in Four Directions

1993

Alan Cristea Gallery

$5,500 - $12,000

Untitled Isometric Figures

2002

Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.

Price upon request

Bands of Equal Width in Color IV

2000

Mary Ryan Gallery, Inc.

Price upon request

isometric Figures in Five and Six Colors Series (Green Border)

2002

Leanne Hull Fine Art, LLC

Price upon request

Isometric Figures in Five and Six Colors Series (Yellow Border)

2002

Leanne Hull Fine Art, LLC

Price upon request

Isometric Figures in Five and Six Colors Series (Purple Border)

2002

Leanne Hull Fine Art, LLC

Price upon request

Isometric Figures in Five and Six Colors Series (Blue Border)

2002

Leanne Hull Fine Art, LLC

Price upon request

Isometric Figures in Five and Six Colors Series (Red Border)

2002

Leanne Hull Fine Art, LLC

Price upon request

Forms Derived From a Cube

1982

Brooke Alexander, Inc.

$35,000 - $70,000

Serial Project No. 1 (ABCD), Announcement for Sol LeWitt Exhibit, Dwan Gallery, Los Angeles, April 1967

1967

Krakow Witkin Gallery

$2,200 - $5,500

All Double Combinations (Superimposed) of Six Geometric Figures (Circle, Square, Triangle, Rectangle, Trapezoid and Parallelogram)

1977

Krakow Witkin Gallery

Price upon request

Black Bands in Two Directions

1991

Hiram Butler Gallery

$5,500 - $12,000

Forms Derived from a Cube

1991

Susan Sheehan Gallery

$5,500 - $12,000

Tondo 6 (8 point star)

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

Under $2,200