Etching, 1954, AAA ed. of 250, E.123, 11 x 9-3/4, signed in the plate and signed & dated in pencil, on thick warm white wove paper. Slight toning in mat opening, tape residue along right margin edge. Lucioni was a gifted realist painter and etcher with a precisionist style; most notably in his serene still life and portrait oils which align him with artists like Charles Sheeler. However, Lucioni loved minute detail and indulged his supreme gifts for rendering the infinite textures found in the landscapes of his beloved Vermont. He was a gifted and prolific etcher, who's long standing collaboration with Associated American Artists helped enable the publication of many of Lucioni's prints, which remain affordable and widely collected today.
Etching, 1945, E. 94, AAA ed. of 250, 9 x 10-3/4, signed and dated in the plate and signed in pencil, on thin warm white wove paper. The original partial AAA label is included with this print. A wonderful study of the patterns and textures of foliage in light and shade, a Lucioni hallmark.
Etching, 1944, E.93, AAA ed. of 250, 7-3/4 x 11-7/8, on a warm smooth cream wove paper, lightly toned in mat opening. The original AAA label is included with this print. A strong composition with dramatic contrasts of light and shade. All of Lucioni's prints should be viewed by clicking on the images here to see the larger view, where one may appreciate the myriad nuances of detail, texture and play of light he achieved in his prints.