Sol LeWitt, A Pyramid


Sol LeWitt (American, 1928-2007)

A Pyramid (from For Joseph Beuys), 1986

Medium: Screenprint in colors on wove paper

Dimensions: 61 x 81.5 cm (24 x 32 in)

Edition of 90 + XXX: Hand signed and numbered in ink

Sol LeWitt Prints Catalogue Raisonné: # 1986.03

Condition: Very good

In stock

“In my case, I used the elements of these simple forms – square, cube, line and color – to produce logical systems. Most of these systems were finite; that is, they were complete using all possible variations. This kept them simple.” – Sol Lewitt

“The system is the work of art; the visual work of art is the proof of the System. The visual aspect can’t be understood without understanding the system. It isn’t what it looks like but what it is that is of basic importance.” – Sol Lewitt

“Also, since art is a vehicle for the transmission of ideas through form, the reproduction of the form only reinforces the concept. It is the idea that is being reproduced. Anyone who understands the work of art owns it. We all own the Mona Lisa.” – Sol Lewitt

Sol LeWitt, A Pyramid

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