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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Her Husband, 2003
2008
Graphite and pen on paper
11 x 14 in.
Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Unaccommodated Universe, 1980
2008
Graphite and pen on paper
11 x 14 in.
Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Form and Imagination, 1986
2010
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Life of a Poet, 2001
2008
Graphite and pen on paper
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Art of Ted Hughes, 1978
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Crow Steered Bergs Appeared, 2001
2008
Graphite and pen on paper
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Sylvia and Ted, 1979
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Woman and the Work, 1985
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Haunting of Sylvia Plath, 1992
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Death and Life of Sylvia Plath, 1991
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
The Silent Woman, 1994
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Rough Magic, 1991
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Method and Madness, 1976
2010
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Lover of Unreason, 2007
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Bitter Fame, 1989
2008
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Lucas Michael Hers and His Graphite and pen on paper
Giving Up, 2003
2008
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Using the same technique as the Mein Buch series, Hers and His (2008 - on-going) speculates a narrative about Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes’ power dynamic using as a springboard the titles of their respective biographies, bringing into question first impressions about their subjects, intimated by the respective titles: a pathologizing of Plath's suicide taking precedent over her life and oeuvre; a clear focus on Hughes as an all-creative force of nature.

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