Sol LeWitt, Wall Drawing #867: A wall divided vertically into six parts: yellow, purple, blue, orange, red, and green. The wall is divided horizontally in two parts by a wavy line. The top is flat; the bottom is glossy, 1998.
The M-Museum Leuven in Belgium organized an exhibition titled, ”Sol LeWitt. Colors,” featuring the artists wall drawings from the 1960s to the 1980s. The above work fills the largest gallery space with a ceiling height of 7 meters (23 feet)! Wall Drawing # 867 (1998), combines new variables in the artist’s systems: saturated colors in acrylic paint, wavy lines, and glossy varnish.
Photo: Cis Van Nijverseel – M Leuven, 2012. LeWitt Collection, Chester, Connecticut © SABAM