List of artworks by Louise Bourgeois

List of artworks by Louise Bourgeois

This is a list of individual works of visual art (sculpture, drawings, and paintings) by Louise Bourgeois, sorted by year.

culpture

* "Paddle Woman" (1947). Bronze. 57.75 x 16.25 x 12 inches.Cheim & Read. (Louise Bourgeois is represented by Cheim & Read.) [http://cheimread.com] .]
* "The Three Graces" (1947). Bronze, painted white. 81 x 25 x 12 inches.
* "Persistent Antagonism" (1947-1949). Painted wood with metal ring. 68 x 12 x 12 inches. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. [http://www.sfmoma.org] .]
* "The Blind Leading the Blind" (1947-1949). Bronze, dark patina. 69.25 x 69 x 23 inches.
* "Untitled" (1947-1949). Bronze, painted white and black. 64 x 12 x 12 inches.
* "Quarantania" (1947-1953). Bronze, painted white and blue. 80.5 x 27 x 27 inches.
* "Clutching" (1962). Bronze, silver nitrate patina. 12 x 13 x 12 inches.
* "End of Softness" (1967). Bronze, gold patina. 7 x 20.3.75 x 15.25 inches.
* "Germinal" (1967). Bronze, gold patina. 5.625 x 7.375 x 6.25 inches.
* "Unconscious Landscape" (1967-1968). Bronze. 12 x 22 x 24 inches.
* "Janus in Leather Jacket" (1968). Bronze. 12 x 22 x 6.5 inches.
* "Avenza Revisited II" (1968-1969). Bronze, black polished patina. 51.5 x 41 x 75.5 inches.
* "Le Trani Episode" (1971). Bronze, dark patina. 16.5 x 23.125 x 23.25 inches.
* "Number Seventy-two (The No March)" (1972). Marble. 120 x 120 x 84 inches. Storm King Art Center Collection.
* "Maisons Fragiles" (1978). Steel, two units. 84 x 27 x 14 inches & 72 x 27 x 14 inches. Cheim & Read, New York.
* "Nature Study" (1984). Bronze. 47 x 12 x 12 inches.
*"Nature Study, Eyes" (1984). marble, steel and wood. 20 x 45 1/2 x 31 1/2" (50.8 x 115.57 x 80.01 cm. Collection the [http://www.albrightknox.org Albright-Knox Art Gallery]
* "Untitled (Fingers)" (1986). Bronze. 4 x 8.5 x 18.5 inches.
* "Untitled (With Hand)" (1989). Pink marble. 31 x 30.5 x 21 inches. Collection Jerry Gorovy, New York.
* "Curved House" (1990). Marble. 14 x 37 x 13 inches. (BOUR-2228) CR# BO.2246.
* "J'y suis, j'y reste" (1990). Pink marble, glass, and metal. 35 x 40.5 x 31 inches. (BOUR-1790) CR# BO.574.
* "Cell (Arch of Hysteria)" (1992-1993). Steel, bronze, cast iron, and fabric. 119 x 145 x 120 inches. Collection Centro Andaluz de Arte.
* "Spider" (1994). Steel, glass, water, and ink. 44.76 x 77.95 x 64.76 inches. Private collection.
* "The Nest" (1994). Steel. 101 x 189 x 158 inches. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (Purchased through the Agnes E. Meyer and Elise S. Haas Fund and the gifts of Doris and Donald Fisher, Helen and Charles Schwab, and Vicki and Kent Logan).
* "In and Out" (1995). Metal, glass, plaster, fabric, plastic. 83 x 65 x 113 inches. (BOUR-2335) CR# BO.2794.
* "Untitled (No. 2)" (1996). Pink marble on steel base. 26 x 31 x 25 inches. (BOUR-3105) CR# BO.1049. .
*"Couple II" (1996), fabric and knee brace. 27 x 60 x32 Collection the [http://www.albrightknox.org Albright-Knox Art Gallery] , Sarah Norton Goodyear Fund, 1999
* "Ears" (1998). Pink marble. 39.5 x 28.5 x 72 inches. (BOUR-3424) CR# BO.5179.
* "Maman" (1999). Bronze, marble. 365 x 351 x 403 inches.
* "Cell X (Portrait)" (2000). Steel, glass, wood, red fabric. 76.75 x 48.25 x 48.25 inches. (BOUR-4278) CR# BO.4201.
* "Cell XIV (Portrait)" (2000). Steel, glass, wood, metal, red fabric. 74 x 48 x 48 inches. (BOUR-4309) CR# BO.4398.
* "Cell XV (For Turner)" (2000). Steel, painted aluminum, mirrors, glass, water, electrical light. 108 x 120 x 68 inches. (BOUR-3259) CR# BO.4399.
* "Mamelles" (2000). Pink marble. 27 x 114 x 29.5 inches. (BOUR-4043) CR# BO.6723.
* "Temper Tantrum" (2000). Pink fabric. 9 x 13 x 20 inches. (BOUR-4284) CR# BO.4216.
* "Cell XXIV (Portrait)" (2001). Steel, stainless steel, glass, wood, fabric. 70 x 42 x 42 inches. (BOUR-4480) CR# BO.5493.
* "Cell XXV(The View of the World of the Jealous Wife) " (2001). Steel, wood, marble, glass, fabric. 100 x 120 x 120 inches. (BOUR-4728) CR# BO.5680.
* "Rejection" (2001). Fabric, lead, steel. 25 x 13 x 12 inches. (BOUR-4588) CR# BO.5497.
* "Eyes (nine elements)" (2001). Williams College Museum of Art.Williams College Museum of Art. [http://www.wcma.org/] .]
* "Seven in a Bed" (2001). Fabric, stainless steel, glass, wood. 68 x 33.5 x 34.5 inches. (BOUR-5005) CR# BO.6002.
* "Untitled" (2001). Fabric, steel. 11 x 27 x 21 inches. (BOUR-4746) CR# BO.5686.
* "Untitled" (2001). Blue and purple fabric, steel. 85 x 12 x 12 inches. (BOUR-4731) CR# BO.5687.
* "Untitled" (2001). Rust and tan fabric, steel. 106 x 23 x 16 inches. BOUR-4732) CR# BO.5688.
* "Untitled" (2002). Fabric, steel, wood. 14 x 15 x 6 inches. (BOUR-5386) CR# BO.6766.
* "Untitled" (2002). Tapestry fabric, stainless steel. 74.5 x 15 x 12 inches. (BOUR-5637) CR# BO.7400.
* "Untitled" (2002). Fabric, aluminum. 12 x 12 x 12 inches. (BOUR-5812) CR# BO.7996.
* "Untitled" (2002). Pink marble. 10 x 36.25 x 16.5 inches. (BOUR-5347) CR# BO.8272.
* "Father and Son" (2004). Water, steel, aluminum, bronze. 6 feet tall and 5 feet tall figures in a fountain. Installed in Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, Washington

Drawings

* "Femme Maison" (1947). Ink on paper. 9.92 x 7.09 inches. Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum 92.4008 .
* "Spider" (1947). Ink, charcoal on tan paper. 11.25 x 7.5 inches. Private collection.
* "Untitled" (1947). Pencil and red ink on tan paper. 11.5 x 9 inches. (BOUR-0839) CR# BO.4721.
* "Untitled" (1947). Ink on tan paper. 11.25 x 8.25 inches. (BOUR-0841) CR# BO.4723.
* "Untitled" (1950). Ink on tan paper. 20.25 x 13 inches. University of California, Berkeley Art Museum, Gift of The Peter Norton Family Foundation.
* "Untitled" (1970). Ink and collage on paper. 8.5 x 11 inches. (BOUR-0590) CR# BO.2868.
* "Naked Jogging" (1996). Red ink on paper. 11.625 x 9 inches. (BOUR-5597) CR# BO.8151.
* "Father and Son" (1997). Ink and pencil on paper. 9 x 11.875. (BOUR-5434) CR# BO.6862.
* "Swing over the Metronome" (1997). Ink and crayon on paper. 13 x 10 inches. (BOUR-5873) CR# BO.8163.
* "Untitled" (1997). Ink, watercolor, and pencil on paper. 12 x 9 inches. (BOUR-5883) CR# BO.8165.
* "Untitled" (1997). Double-sided, recto: watercolor, oilstick, and pencil on paper; verso: ink and pencil on music paper. 8.5 x 11 inches. (BOUR-5427) CR# BO.6855.
* "Untitled" (1997). Ink, crayon, pencil, and white out on paper. 11.75 x 9 inches. (BOUR-5614) CR# BO.8156.
* "Hold My Bones" (1998). Pencil and gouache on red paper. 12.75 x 12.75 inches. (BOUR-5879) CR# BO.8164.
* "J'aime bien mes amis et mon mari" (1998). Red ink and pencil on paper. 9 x 12 inches. (BOUR-5607) CR# BO.8154.
* "Untitled" (2002). Red ink and pencil on paper. 12 x 9 inches. (BOUR-5760) CR# BO.7450.
* "Untitled" (2002). Red ink on paper. 9 x 12 inches. (BOUR-5758) CR# BO.7448.
* "Untitled" (2002). Crayon and colored pencil on paper. 12 x 18.75 inches. (BOUR-5786) CR# BO.8157.
* "Untitled" (2002). Red ink and pencil on paper. 9 x 11.625 inches. (BOUR-5556) CR# BO.8138.
* "Untitled" (2002). Red ink and colored pencil on paper. 13.25 x 9.5 inches. (BOUR-5926) CR# BO.8168.

Paintings

* "Untitled" (1946). Oil, charcoal, and pastel on canvas. 36 x 24.125 inches. (BOUR-2703) CR# BO.1523.
* "Untitled" (1946). Oil and chalk on canvas. 44 x 22 inches. (BOUR-0031) CR# BO.1515.
* "Regrettable Incident in the Louvre Palace" (1947). Oil on canvas. 14.125 x 36 inches. (BOUR-0800) CR# BO.7908.
* "It Is Six Fifteen" (1946-1948). Oil on canvas. 36 x 24 inches. (BOUR-0028) CR# BO.519.
* "Woman in Process of Placing a Beam in Her Bag" (1948). Oil on canvas. 44 x 25.75 inches. (BOUR-0026) CR# BO.1514.
* "Spider" (1994). Watercolor and gouache on paper. 11.5 x 11.75 inches. Galerie Karsten Greve, Cologne.

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