Fabricated by Ka Kwong Hui and anonymous.
Per Glenn, C. 1977b, Lichtenstein worked with an unknown Brooklyn potter to cast ceramic heads from one of two plaster models he bought in the hat district and reworked with modeling clay. He took the bisque heads to ceramic artist and Douglass College colleague, Hui, for glazing. In working together, Lichtenstein developed a new stenciling method with perforated masking tape.
The other plaster head purchased by Lichtenstein, RLCR 872, Head of Girl, was not remodeled, only painted.