Lucia Dlugoszewski

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Original 11x17” watercolor portrait of Lucia Dlugoszewski as featured in The Art of the Affair: An Illustrated History of Love, Sex, and Artistic Influence. Framed as shown in alternate images. Comes with a copy of the book signed by the illustrator.



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As he appears in the text:

“Soon after divorcing Martha [Graham], Erick [Hawkins] met Lucia Dlugoszewski, a nontraditional composer who had studied with John Cage. Lucia and Erick collaborated and married a decade later, though they kept their union a secret until his death in 1994, after which she became the director of their company. During her five-decade career, Lucia received great recognition. Frank O’Hara was her first reviewer. John Ashbery and Willem de Kooning were fans. Robert Motherwell became such a close friend that she dedicated her last work, Motherwell Amor, to him. Lucia failed to show up to its premiere; she was later found in her apartment, dead of natural causes.”

Read more about The Art of the Affair, by Catherine Lacey and Forsyth Harmon. ︎︎︎