Lulu Delacre original art for Olinguito
Contains original art for Lulu Delacre’s children’s book Olinguito, from A to Z! from 2016, specifically for the spread "C/D".
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There are no restrictions on physical access to this material. Collection is open for research.
Extent.1 linear feet
Contains original art for the page spread for C-D for Delacre's children's book Olinguito, from A to Z!. Contains artwork, portions of collage, sketches, notes regarding layout and format in the form of a copied storyboard, and draft versions.
Biographical / Historical
Born December 20, 1957 in Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, Lulu Delacre is an author/illustrator of children's books. She is the daughter of Argentine parents, both of whom taught at the University of Puerto Rico. She began drawing as a child and began formal art training at age ten. Delacre had the ambition to become an artist during her high school years, and moved to Paris after graduation to study photography, typography, design and illustration at the Ecole Supérieure d'Arts Graphiques. She published her first illustrated children's book in 1984.
Material was divided into two folders when housed, but the material remains in the order in which it arrived.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of H. Nichols B. Clark, Class of 1969, in memory of Charles Arthur Clark, Jr., Class of 1919, 2020 February.
Processed by Betts Coup, 2020.
- Delacre, Lulu. Lulu Delacre original art for Olinguito, 2015-2016 (MS Typ 1291): Guide.
- Houghton Library, Harvard University.
- 2020 February 3
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