George Lockwood (1929 - 1969)
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Lockwood attended Cooper Union, the New School for Social Research, and received his undergraduate and MFA degrees from Yale University. He taught at several colleges and universities including Smith College, Amherst College, The Massachusetts College of Art, and the Rhode Island School of Design. His work resides in the permanent collections of numerous museums and libraries, and in many private collections.
Illustration for "She Moves In Circles Of Sun"
Lithograph in three colors, printed directly from the stones, 1965, edition of 150; Published by The Impressions Workshop, Boston, for its series Broadsides From Impressions - a collaboration of artists & poets. Overall size 10-7/8" x 15-1/8". The poem, by Ryah Tumarkin Goodman, was hand set and letterpress printed. This is number 128 of 150 on Rives BFK, signed in pencil by both the artist and poet, and blind stamped with the Impressions Workshop seal. George Lockwood founded The Impressions Gallery with his wife, Margaret.