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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Tondo 5 (7 point star)

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

Under $2,200

Tondo 3 (5 point star)

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

Under $2,200

Tondo 2 (4 point star)

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

Under $2,200

Tondo 1 (3 point star)

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

Under $2,200

Bands of Equal Width in Colour 2

2000

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

$2,200 - $5,500

1-2-3

1970

Brooke Alexander, Inc.

$12,000 - $35,000

Forms derived from a cube

1991

Galerie Boisserée

Price upon request

Horizontal Bands (More or Less) Blue/Green

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

$5,500 - $12,000

Horizontal Bands (More or Less) Red/Green

2002

Bernard Jacobson Graphics

$5,500 - $12,000

Irregular Arcs From Four Sides

1997

Galeria Toni Tapies

Price upon request