Harry Warnecke's portrait of Lucille Ball is one of the photographs in a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington.

11 Famous People With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Lucille Ball from “In Vibrant Color: Vintage Celebrity Portraits From the Harry Warnecke Studio,” an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, consists of color photographic portraits of 24 noteworthy people from the last century.

A Blog about Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz

Collection of portraits and scenes of Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz from I Love Lucy.

In 1986, Desi Arnaz died of lung cancer in his Del Mar home, which he had received in the divorce decree 27 years earlier.   “She visited him in Del Mar a week before he died,” Asher reveals. “By this time his ailments included emphysemia and the colostomy he’d had for a couple of years. Desi was out of it, disoriented. When it came time for Lucy to leave, Desi said, ‘Where are you going?’ “I’m going home,” Lucy responded.  “You are home,” Desi said.

Awe Lucy and Desi share a kiss after the divorce at the Facts of Life press conference in

Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz

Lucille Ball & Desi Arnaz were always such sexual FREAKS! Always using the world as their personal bedroom!

On set photo of Lucy as Marilyn Monroe, from “Ricky’s Movie Offer” (1954), I Love Lucy

On set photo of Lucy as Marilyn Monroe, from “Ricky’s Movie Offer” "I Love Lucy" In Color

What a life!!

A young Lucille Ball in 1934 at 23 years old. Celebrating New Years. A young Robert Montgomery top right.

Lucille Ball

Lucy Harris Publications 2016 American Icons Magazine Lucille Ball I Love Lucy

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