Fred Williams

From Teruma (William)’s Twitter:


Translation: “Now then…

It’s time to get to work today as well, is it…….?”

I Will Praise You - Rebecca St James, Jonathan Lee + Fred Williams (Sony/ATV Music) [ 2011 ]

From the album “I Will Praise You” by Rebecca St James

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Australian landscape (4)

Artist/s nameFred WILLIAMS

Mediumgouache and pencilMeasurements52.2 x 72.4 cm (image) (55.4 x 74.6 cm) (sheet)Accession NumberAC16-1980Credit LineNational Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Purchased through The Art Foundation of Victoria with the assistance of the H. J. Heinz II Charitable and Family Trust, Governor, and the Utah Foundation, Fellow, 1980
© Estate of Fred Williams



I Love Lucy has been called the most popular television show of all time. Such national devotion to one show can never happen again; there are too many shows on many more channels now. But in 1951-1952, our show changed the Monday-night habits of America. Between nine and nine-thirty, taxis disappeared from the streets of New York. Marshall Fields department store in Chicago hung up a sign: ‘We Love Lucy too, so from now on we will be open Thursday nights instead of Monday.’ Telephone calls across the nation dropped sharply during that half hour, as well as the water flush rate, as whole families sat glued to their seats.”

Sixty-Five Years of I Love Lucy // October 15, 1951