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Untitled

Print
1990 (printed and published)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

This lithograph was printed by Derrière L'Etoile Studios in New York, which specialised in lithography and monotype. Lois Lane (born 1948) is an American painter who first came to attention in the 'New Image Painting' exhibition at the Whitney Museum, New York, in 1979. Her work often features iconic motifs and archetypes.


Object details

Category
Object type
TitleUntitled (assigned by artist)
Materials and techniques
Lithograph with hand-colouring on paper
Brief description
Print, Untitled, lithograph with hand-colouring, Lois Lane, 1990
Physical description
Print, a heart shape overlaid on a shadowy pattern; inside the heart are the letters F, H and C and 4 doll-like figures. Numbered 25/60. Signed and dated in pencil.
Dimensions
  • Size of sheet height: 115.3cm
  • Size of sheet width: 88.2cm
Credit line
Given by the American Friends of the V&A through the generosity of Mindy and Ramon Tüblitz
Object history
The Rutgers Archives for Printmaking Studios was established at the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in 1982 as a repository for prints and supplementary materials relating to an outstanding group of contemporary American printmaking workshops. They commissioned and in some cases published the prints. This print is one of a group purchased over a period of years by Mr and Mrs Ramon Tüblitz, and subsequently donated to the V&A through the American Friends of the V&A. Mr Tüblitz is a Trustee of the Zimmerli Art Museum.
Summary
This lithograph was printed by Derrière L'Etoile Studios in New York, which specialised in lithography and monotype. Lois Lane (born 1948) is an American painter who first came to attention in the 'New Image Painting' exhibition at the Whitney Museum, New York, in 1979. Her work often features iconic motifs and archetypes.
Other number
LOAN:AMERICANFRIENDS.507-2007 - Previous loan number
Collection
Accession number
E.357-2012

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Record createdDecember 22, 2008
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