Lemmings Night

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Lemmings Night


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21 1/3 x 28 1/2 in. (55.2 x 71.4 cm)


Edition of 20

Bleed, deckled and torn edges. numbered, titled, signed, and dated in pencil within image lower right; embossed with the artist’s, printer’s, and publisher's chops. Color lithograph printed by Serge Lozingot and published by Tamarind Lithography Workshop on Rives with the Tamarind watermark

Year: 1968

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Neuberger Museum of Art, 1997 (illus.); Knoxville Museum of Art, 1995; Associated American Artists, 1988; Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, 1973; University of Iowa Museum of Art, 1971; University of Iowa Museum of Art 1970; Cincinnati Art Museum, 1969; Downey Museum of Art, 1969; Far Gallery, 1969; Mostr, Biennale Internazionale della Grafica, 1968 (illus.); Pasadena Museum of California art, 2014

Amon Carter Museum, Bibliothe‘que national de France, Brodsky Center, Grunwald Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museun of Contemporary Art (San Diego) (Tamarind impression), Museum of Modern Art, Nation Gallery of Art, Norton Simon Museum, University of Arizona Museum of Art, University of New Mexico Art Museum

Noronha, 2001; Gilmour, 1992; Tamarind Lithography Workshop, 1989 (illus.); Museurr of Modern Art, 1986; Baskett, 1969 (illus.)

In the spring of 1968 Wayne produced six images of lemming-people (cat. nos. 176-79) placed in highly charged atmospheres, most of the works sharing at least one plate in common. They constitute an informal series, variations on a theme, like many small groups of images produced throughout her career.  (Source: The Art of Everything, Robert Conway, 2007)