San Francisco’s Museum of Modern Art is always getting new awesome, historical art works.

Earlier this year the eclectic Stein collection hit the MOMA and brought huge art world legends like Picasso, Matisse, Renoir and others to us. Recently, they acquired of a very significant work by a Sol LeWitt entitled Wall Grid (3×3).

LeWitt was known as a key minimalist and Conceptual artist of the 1960s. The piece hitting MOMA is a key example of LeWitt’s early structures and incorporates his unique use of materials and mediums. This work seeks to emphasize psychological expression and differs from the works that emerged from him in the 1980s that some viewed as more complex with “sensual color and surfaces.”

Check the MOMA site for details.