The FAC has two pieces on display, including Bicentennial from the pop art icon Roy Lichtenstein. A lithograph and screen print, this piece is a promised gifted from the Ron and Una Brasch Collection. The imagery is reflective of the strength and history of America when celebrating the United States’ Bicentennial. The print was produced as part of the America: The Third Century portfolio that included 13 works by notable 20th century artists.
Roy Lichtenstein, Bicentennial, lithograph and screenprint, 1975, edition of 178 of 200, gift from the Ron and Una Brasch Collection.
In addition to the extensive collection of Charles Bunnell works on view in the Rocky Mountain Modern (June 8, 2013–Sept. 15, 2013) exhibition, Bunnell’s Untitled (March Snow) from 1940 is on long term loan, and can be viewed among our permanent collection in the first floor gallery space.
Charles Bunnell, Untitled (March Snow), Oil on canvas, 1940, Loan from the Fine Arts Program, Public Buildings Service, U.S. General Services Administration. Commissioned through the New Deal arts projects. With gratitude to Julie and Rob Lewis.