Lullaby for Jumbo. (Baro 74). Original screenprint and collage, 1966. 150 signed impressions plus 7 artist's proofs. With the chop mark of Chiron Press. Nevelson produced a portfolio of 10 prints working with the imagery of her sculptures.
”When you put together things that other people have thrown out, you’re really bringing them to life – a spiritual life that surpasses the life for which they were originally created."
"What we call reality is an agreement that people have arrived at to make life more livable. "
In ''Dawns and Dusks,'' the 1976 autobiography that Mrs. Nevelson wrote with Ms. MacKown's help, the sculptor said: ''People should think a million times before they give birth. The guilts of motherhood were the worst guilts in the world for me. They were really insurmountable. You see, you are depriving another human being of so many things, and the other party also knows it. That struggle blinds you. That's the price, the great price.''