Sol LeWitt

Complex Form . 1991

+ Paula Cooper Gallery

Wall Drawing #564 belongs to a series of wall drawings from the late 1980s, which made use of multifaceted geometric forms and color ink washes.
To achieve rich and luminous surfaces, LeWitt devised a specific system of superimposing pigments, layer upon wet layer, with ink-soaked rags. LeWitt, who had moved to Spoleto, Italy, in the late 1970s credited his transition from graphite pencil or crayon to vivid ink washes, to his encounter with the frescoes of Giotto, Masaccio, and other early Florentine painters.
Paula Cooper Gallery

Complex Form . 1987

Complex Form (sloppy) . 1991

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