Sol LeWitt A Square Divided Horizontally and Vertically into Four Equal Parts, Each with a Different Direction of Alternating Parallel Bands of Lines 1982

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Artist
Sol LeWitt 1928–2007
Title
A Square Divided Horizontally and Vertically into Four Equal Parts, Each with a Different Direction of Alternating Parallel Bands of Lines
Date 1982
Medium Watercolour and woodcut on paper
Dimensions Image: 607 x 607 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1984
Reference
P77013
Not on display

Catalogue entry

Sol LeWitt born 1928

P77013 A Square Divided Horizontally and Vertically into Four Equal Parts, Each with a Different Direction of Alternating Parallel Bands of Lines 1982

Woodcut printed in watercolour 607 x 607 (28 7/8 x 23 7/8) on Kizuki Hanga paper 759 x 761 (29 7/8 x 30), printed by Michael Berden, Boston and published by Multiples Inc., New York in an edition of 40
Inscribed ‘LeWitt' and ‘35/40' b.r.
Purchased from Multiples Inc., New York (Grant-in-Aid) 1984
Exh: Sol LeWitt, Prints 1970-86, Tate Gallery, Sept.-Nov. 1986 (W2, repr.)
Lit: ‘Prints & Photographs Published', Print Collector's Newsletter, vol.13, March-April 1982, p.23
Repr: Deborah C. Phillips, ‘Looking for Relief? Woodcuts Are Back', Art News, vol.81, April 1982, p.95; [Jeremy Lewison], Sol LeWitt, Prints 1970-86, exh. cat., Tate Gallery, 1986, p.46

See entries for P77014, P77015, P77016, P77017 and P77018.

Published in:
The Tate Gallery 1984-86: Illustrated Catalogue of Acquisitions Including Supplement to Catalogue of Acquisitions 1982-84, Tate Gallery, London 1988, p.404


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