Traversing various subjects and moments in time, LeWitt has mined literary traditions, advertising and the natural world to produce an eclectic group of paintings that reveal absurdities and conundrums in contemporary experience. History, parables, human foibles and social graces are all examined with characteristic wit and nonchalance.

Exhibition Dates: 24 May – 30 June 2007
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Vivienne Shark LeWitt Australian Terrier with Provincial Lady, 2006; acrylic on linen; 77 x 61 cm; enquire
Australian Terrier with Provincial Lady, 2006
acrylic on linen
77 x 61 cm
Vivienne Shark LeWitt Did Someone Say Cashmere?, 2007; acrylic on linen; 77 x 67 cm; My thanks to Naiad Einsel for her kind permission to base this painting on her original drawing for Einiger Mills advertisement, New York, 1958.; enquire
Did Someone Say Cashmere?, 2007
acrylic on linen
77 x 67 cm; My thanks to Naiad Einsel for her kind permission to base this painting on her original drawing for Einiger Mills advertisement, New York, 1958.
Vivienne Shark LeWitt Che va piano va sicuro;, 2007; acrylic on linen; 77 x 61 cm; enquire
Che va piano va sicuro;, 2007
acrylic on linen
77 x 61 cm
Vivienne Shark LeWitt Cease and desist, 2006; acrylic on linen; 77 x 67 cm; "The Porcupine" from Cautionary Tales for Children by Hilaire Belloc (Copyright The Estate of Hilaire Belloc 1896) reproduced by permission of P.F.D.(www.pfd.co.uk) on behalf of The Estate of Hilaire Belloc. Original illustration by Basil T. Blackwood; enquire
Cease and desist, 2006
acrylic on linen
77 x 67 cm; "The Porcupine" from Cautionary Tales for Children by Hilaire Belloc (Copyright The Estate of Hilaire Belloc 1896) reproduced by permission of P.F.D.(www.pfd.co.uk) on behalf of The Estate of Hilaire Belloc. Original illustration by Basil T. Blackwood
Vivienne Shark LeWitt Pangaea, 200 Million Years Ago, 2007; acrylic on linen; 77 x 67 cm; enquire
Pangaea, 200 Million Years Ago, 2007
acrylic on linen
77 x 67 cm