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Lucia di Lammermoor

Lucia di Lammermoor

$125.00

“Lucia di Lammermoor” is a dramma tragico in three acts by Gaetano Donizetti. The Lammermoor fortune is in danger unless Lucia makes a good marriage. Her brother Enrico is horrified to learn she has fallen in love with his sworn enemy Edgardo. Edgardo leaves to fight in France; before leaving he and Lucia privately exchange rings. Meanwhile, Enrico hastily arranges Lucia’s marriage to Arturo.

Using a forged letter, Enrico tricks Lucia into believing that Edgardo has been unfaithful. Longing for death, she signs the contract with Arturo – moments before Edgardo returns. Appalled at her infidelity, he vows eternal hatred. Lucia, driven mad, murders Arturo in their wedding bed and dies shortly after. On hearing the news Edgardo kills himself.

 

This award winning poster was designed and illustrated by Thomas G. Fowler for the Connecticut Grand Opera & Orchestra. Printed in an extremely limited quantity on high quality paper by H.T. Woods in 1999.

 

This poster has won the following awards and was featured in the following publications:
– 24th Annual Connecticut Art Director’s Club Awards Show (1999) Award of Excellence
– Step-By-Step Design and Illustration Annual (1999)
– The Big Book of Design Ideas
– Graphis Poster 2000
– 2001 AIGA/Boston BoNE Show

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Dimensions 16 x 29 in

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