Louise Bourgeois. She Lost It (1). 1992

Louise Bourgeois She Lost It (1) 1992

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A man and a woman lived together. On one evening he did not come back from work, and she waited. She kept on waiting and she grew littler and littler. Later, a neighbor stopped by out of friendship and there he found her, in the armchair, the size of a pea.

Publication excerpt from Louise Bourgeois, She Lost It, 1947.
State/variant
Only version
Medium
Screenprint
Dimensions
Sheet: 34 5/16" × 178' 4" (87.2 × 5435.6 cm)
Publisher
The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia
Printer
The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia
Edition
3
Impresssion
Not numbered
Credit
Gift of the artist
Object number
3.1993
Copyright
© The Easton Foundation/VAGA at ARS, NY
Department
Drawings and Prints
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