A founding member of the multi-media arts collective ASCO, Gronk has worked across a variety of artistic mediums. Early on, he participated in farcical “happenings” on the streets of his native East LA. More recently, he has done stage design for the Los Angeles Opera. Yet the famed Chicano artist is best known for his prints and murals, which relate to the direct visual aesthetic found in the paintings of Max Beckmann and Phillip Guston, as well as in the native arts of early civilizations. This lithograph was produced by Jean Milant for Cirrus Editions.
Founded in 1952, the Art Museum Council (AMC) was LACMA’s first volunteer support council and supported the whole of the museum's endeavors. The AMC sponsored many special exhibitions over the years and acquired or helped acquire some of the museum’s most important works of art.
This limited edition print was commissioned by the Art Museum Council at LACMA.
- Color lithograph
- 24 x 24 inches
- Edition of 100, signed and numbered
- Printed by Cirrus Editions for LACMA’s Art Museum Council
- Includes a Certificate of Authenticity