National Gallery of Art - EXHIBITIONS

IMAGE: Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing#65

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Sol LeWitt (1928–2007)

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IMAGE: Wall Drawing #65 A team of assistants executed Sol LeWitt's Wall Drawing #65, a gift from Dorothy and Herbert Vogel, on a wall in the Concourse galleries around the corner from the East Building, Small Auditorium. According to the principle of his work, LeWitt's wall drawings are usually executed by people other than the artist himself.

The assistants spent about eight days executing the work on a white wall using red, yellow, blue, and black colored pencil, the same colors used in the four-color printing process.

On view in the National Gallery's East Building, Concourse.