elizabeth Catlett

13 Her best-known works depict black women as strong and maternal. "I enjoy the beauty of materials, not only the beauty of forms. In 1972, Howard University in 1972, Los Angeles County Museum of Art in 1976, Miller Gallery at Carnegie Mellon University in 2008, 1 8 and the 2011 individual show at the Bronx Museum. From 1993 to 2009, her work was regularly on display at the June Kelly Gallery. While not very well known to the general public, her work is heavily studied by art students looking to depict race, gender and class issues. Retrieved February 11, 2015. New Jersey, 1992,. .

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A b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad Karen Rosenberg (April 3, 2012). She attended Howard University, and was the first to earn a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from the University of Iowa. 23 Art historian Melanie Herzog has called Catlett "the foremost African American woman artist of her generation." 13 By the end of her career, her works, especially her sculptures, sold for tens of thousands of dollars. Woman's Journal 4: 1 (Spring/Summer 1983. It must answer a question, or wake somebody up, or give a shove in the right direction our liberation." 27 Selected works edit Students Aspire "For My People" portfolio, published 1992 by Limited Editions Club, New York "Ralph Ellison Memorial Manhattan "Torso created in 1985.

elizabeth Catlett