Louise Nevelson Tour

Louise Nevelson (1899-1986) was a nationally-known artist and sculptor who grew up in Rockland, Maine. Best known for her installations and assemblages of stacked boxes filled with found wooden objects, Nevelson helped redefine modern American sculpture. The Farnsworth’s collection of Nevelson’s works is the second largest in the United States and spans six decades of the artist’s long career. Teacher resource packet with slides and posters is available.