Tom Wesselmann sculpture, House and Barn in the Distance, is one of many beautiful works in our current exhibition, Color.

The sculpture was completed in 1994 and was designed utilizing layers of cut-out aluminum, finished with oil paint. 

Tom Wesselmann, who passed away in 2004, made pivotal contributions to the American Pop Art movement. Distinguished for colorful paintings, sculpture, prints, and drawings that depict nudes, everyday objects and avant-garde abstractions, Wesselmann's graceful line, tight formal compositions and highly polished style are instantly recognizable and visually enticing.

Wesselmann's works are held in major national and international collections including: the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; the Louisiana Museum, Humblebaek, Denmark; and the Tokyo Central Museum, Japan.

We are excited to present to you, House and Barn in the Distance: a distinguished an important part of our current exhibition.

For more information about the artist, visit our the Tom Wesselmann artist page.

To see other works in the show, please visit our "Color" Exhibition page, closing on April 18, 2014.

Tom Wesselmann / "House and Barn in the Distance" / 1991/1994 / Oil on cut-out aluminum