Conceptual Artist

Sol LeWitt (Conceptual Artist) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Conceptual and minimalist artist famous for his paintings, lithographs, wall drawings, and sculptures, which he called structures. He was also proficient in drawing, printmaking, photography, and painting.

He attended Syracuse University, from which he graduated with a BFA in 1949. He later served in the Korean War, being stationed in California, Japan, and Korea.

His structures included “Black Form Dedicated to the Missing Jews” and was erected in 1987 at the Altona City Hall in Hamburg, Germany.

He was born into a Russian-Jewish immigrant family and was raised in Hartford, Connecticut. He started art classes when his mother enrolled him in Hartford’s Wadsworth Atheneum.

He was a contemporary of Jasper Johns.

Sol LeWitt Age

How old is Sol LeWitt? He was born in 1928, he was 94 years old at the time of his death.

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Sol LeWitt Wiki

Sol LeWitt Wiki/Bio
Famous asConceptual Artist
Age94 years old
BirthdaySeptember 9, 1928
Date of DeathApril 8, 2007
Zodiac SignVirgo

Quotes by Sol LeWitt

Artists of many diverse types began using simple forms to their own ends.

— Sol LeWitt

During the ’70s I was interested in words and meaning as a way of making art.

— Sol LeWitt

Artists teach critics what to think. Critics repeat what the artists teach them.

— Sol LeWitt

Minimalism wasn’t a real idea – it ended before it started.

— Sol LeWitt

I believe that the artist’s involvement in the capitalist structure is disadvantageous to the artist and forces him to produce objects in order to live.

— Sol LeWitt