Luis Jiménez

 Luis Jimenez  <i>Owl (from Progress II)</i>  1980  polychrome fiberglass  18 3/4" x 38" x 25"
 Luis Jimenez  <i>Jackrabbit  (from Progress I)</i>  1975  polychrome fiberglass, ed: 2/5  20" x 32" x 17"
Luis Jimenez  Study for Rabbit from Progress I</i>  1977  colored pencil on paper  27 1/2" x 39 1/2"
Luis Jimenez  <i>Popo and Isle</i>  1982  crayon on paper  33 3/4" x 33 1/2"
Luis Jimenez  <i>Drawing for Progress I</i>  1973  colored pencil on paper  26" x 40"
Luis Jimenez  <i>Study Progress II</i>  1974  colored pencil on paper  39" x 111" (4 panels @ 39" x 27 3/4" each)
Luis Jimenez  <i>Progress Suite</i>  1976  suite of 4 lithographs, ed: 46/50  23 1/2" x 35 1/2"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Dance at the Wool Growers Association</i>  1979  lithograph, ed: 250  19 1/4" x 25"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Firefighters</i>  2004  Polychrome fiberglass, ed: 1/7  24" x 21" x 21"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Howl</i>  1987  painted fiberglass, ed: A/P, ed: 5  61" x 31" x 27"
Luis Jimenez  Chula</i>  1987  lithograph, ed: 80  22 1/4" x 29 3/4"
Luis Jimenez  <i>Siempre Triunfa</i>  1992  etching, ed: 49/50  suite of 4 (3 @ 17 3/4" x 22" each, 1 @ 22" x 17 3/4")
Luis Jiménez  <i>Self Portrait</i>  1995  soft ground etching and spit bite aquatint, ed: 50  53 3/4" x 40 3/8"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Abu Ghraib Study</i>  2008  stone lithograph. ed: 60  11" x 12 1/2"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Abu Ghraib</i>  2008  stone lithograph, ed: 41  40" x 52"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Rodeo Queen</i>  1976  lithograph, trial proof  35 1/2" x 23 1/2"
Luis Jiménez  <i>Topless Go-Go Dancer</i>  1975  colored pencil on paper  39 1/2" x 27 3/4"
Luis Jiménez   <i>CW Couple</i>   1979  colored pencil on paper  15" x 11"

Luis Jimenez (1940-2006) was born in El Paso, Texas and died in Hondo, New Mexico where, in 2006, he was tragically killed in an accident in his studio when working on the 32 foot sculpture Blue Mustang, a commission for the Denver Airport. He received a Bachelor of Science, Art, and Architecture from the University of Texas at Austin in 1964. He was an accomplished artist is most widely known for his large and colorful fiberglass sculptures. Much of his work deals with social and political issues and explores the cultures and legends of both Mexico and the United States. 

His work has been shown at museums throughout the United States, and his work is part of the permanent collections of the Centro Cultural Arte Contemporaneo, Mexico, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York National, Collection of Fine Arts, Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C., and the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C., as well as many others. Selected public commissions can be found in Albuquerque, Cleveland, New York, El Paso, Denver, and Pittsburgh, among other cities. 

Prints, Drawings & Sculptures, Moody Gallery 2015