Text and photo captions from the LIFE magazine article of 19 May 1961. That young man was the first celebrity astronaut. Click on images to enlarge.
Bouché's subject was Tammy Grimes, who was enjoying popularity at the time as a perky ingenue of stage and screen, as they used to say. The link will fill you in on her life and accomplishments.
The photographs were taken by the eminent photographer Dmitri Kessel whose career you can read about in this link. The accompanying photographs are copyright by him and/or Time/Life and are used here solely for educational purposes.
All the rest of the photos are pretty much self-explanatory. The link at the top of this post connects to actual captions used in the article.
Bouché's painting in black, before he lays on color. He must not have liked it, because he painted it over.
Upending the painting to check on it as a good design.
Noodling in the details.