My role has been important in the struggle to organize the unorganized

Elizabeth Catlett

This linocut is part of Catlett’s 'Negro Woman' series, which commemorates the history of oppression, resistance, and survival of African American women. Reflecting the solidarity Catlett felt within the black community, a woman has united a group of individuals to fight inequality. The starkly chiseled lines and sharp contrast of black and white forcefully suggest the strength, dignity, and endurance of the figure.
Date of Birth
(1915-2012)
Date
1947
Medium
Linocut on paper
Dimensions
9 x 11 1/2 in. (22.86 x 29.21 cm.)
Accession #
2011.1.90
Credit Line
Art by Women Collection, Gift of Linda Lee Alter
Category
On View
No
On Loan
No