Lucas Johnson

Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Playa</i>  1989<br />ink, ink wash on paper<br />40 1/4" x 60"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>City Rain</i>  1990<br />ink, ink wash on paper<br />40" x 60 1/4"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Volcano and Trapeze</em>  1990 <br />ink, ink wash, gesso on paper <br />60" x 40"
 Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Structure w/ Predators</em>  1987 <br />pen, ink, latex on paper <br />40 1/4" x 32" MC 879
 Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Below the Bottom Line</em>  1987 <br />pen, ink, latex on paper <br />26" x 40 1/2"
 Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Chocolate Bayou Bottom</em>  1987 <br />ink, ink wash on paper <br />30 1/4" x 45"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Velarde II</em>  1978 <br />lithograph, ed: 30  <br />17" x 22"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>La Canova</em>  1977 <br />lithograph, ed: 23/30 <br />22" x 30"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>La Entrada</em>  1977 <br />lithograph, ed: 18/30 <br />19 3/4" x 25"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Los Musicos</em>  1977 <br />lithograph, ed: 8/30 <br />19 1/2" x 25 3/4"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Untitled</em>  1974 <br />lithograph, ed: 10/10 <br />11" x 9 1/4"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Enormous Waterbug</em>  1987 <br />ink on paper <br />40" x 32 1/4"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Warscape</i>  1995<br />pen and ink on paper<br />6 1/8" x 9 1/8"
 Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Lisa's Mountain</em>  1993 <br />etching, aquatint, drypoint, ed: a/p <br />18" x 15 1/2"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Jugete (Toy)</em>  1977 <br />lithograph ed: 10/15 <br />15" x 17"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Cactus</em>  1993 <br />etching, drypoint, ed: 2/10 <br />16" x 15 3/8"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Michoacan Landscape</em>  1993 <br />drypoint, ed: 3/10<br />16" x 15 1/2"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Road to Cholula</i>  1993<br />etching, ed: 151/200<br />15 1/2" x 14 1/2"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Corazon</em>  1993 <br />etching, drypoint, ed: 9/10 <br />18" x 14 3/4"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Bird Watching</em>  1999 <br />etching, drypoint, mezzotint, ed: 10/15 <br />19" x 15"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Icarus y Su Hijo</em>  1989 <br />etching, ed: 50 <br />11 1/4" x 8 7/8"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Untitled</i>  <br />etching ed: 10<br />8 3/4" x 11 7/8"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Looking for Helicopters</em>  1999 <br />intaglio/etching, drypoint, ed: 5/8 <br />19" x 14 7/8"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Autorretrato</i>  1993<br />drypoint ed: 10<br />11 1/4" x 10 1/2"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Untitled</em>  1999 <br />etching, drypoint, mezzotint, ed: 7/15<br />19" x 15"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Bottomfeeders</em>  1980-93 <br />etching, aquatint, ed: 14/20<br />suite of 4 @ 11" x 9 1/2" each
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Man with Handpainted Tie and Other Landscapes</em>  1993 <br />drypoint, ed: 5/10 <br />suite of 6 @ 11" x 10 1/2" each
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Paricutin</i>  1994<br />acrylic and oil on canvas<br />72" x 96"
 Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Frontera (Boundary)</i>  1997<br />oil glaze over acrylic on canvas<br />60" x 84"
Lucas Johnson <br /><em>Springtime in Bolivia</em>  1981 <br />serigraph, ed: 30 <br />22" x 30"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Velarde</i>  1977<br />lithograph ed: 30<br />15" x 19"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Untitled</i>  1981<br />lithograph ed: 30<br />30" x 22 1/4"
Lucas Johnson<br /><i>Two Women in a Boxcar</i>  1970<br />oil on canvas<br />48 1/4" x 48"

Lucas Johnson (1940-2002) was born in Hartford, Connecticut and raised in southern California. His work is included in the permanent collections of The Menil Collection, Houston, Texas; Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas; Jose Luis Cuevas Museum of Drawings, Mexico, D.F.; Toledo Museum, Oaxaca, Mexico; Museum of Modern Art, Tel-Aviv, Israel; National Museum, Warsaw, Poland; Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, New York; and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, to name a few. His work has been exhibited internationally including at the Serpentine Gallery in London in 1987 and has also been included in many museums exhibitions. In 2006 the Houston Artists Fund published the book, The Art and Life of Lucas Johnson with a preface by Walter Hopps, the founding curator of the Menil Collection, an essay by art historian Edmund P. Pillsbury, and a chronology by Patricia Covo Johnson.

Drawings 1971-1990, Moody Gallery 2009
Original Prints, Moody Gallery 2012
Drawings 1987-1997, Moody Gallery 2015