This limited-edition print was commissioned by the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA. Born in Los Angeles in 1939, Peter Alexander has explored the properties of light and color in various mediums during his long career. Lucille and its sister print Judy are part of the Las Vegas Series of works that take images of kitsch plaster sculptures and transform them into radiant idols.
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- Four-color aquatint with photo-etching
- Sheet size: 33 ¾ x 33 ½ inches
- Numbered edition of 25
- Printed by Simmelink / Sukimoto Editions for the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA