Elizabeth Catlett

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What a PHENOMENAL WOMAN who inspired others through her work. THANK U....THANK U....THANK U

she will be missed

lost for words

Oh! but what of all the inspiring and beautiful work she has given us! Gracias Maestra!! Gracias!! Such a role model to this printmaker, my heritage as one of Mexican descent.

Ofrezco mis condolencias. Todos tenemos la esperanza de una resurrecion.

We will miss this beautiful sculptress , who shaped our lives through her hands. Peace & Blessings

I am sadden at the loss of such an honest Artist. Her work changed my view of the women she so beautifully represented. I am grateful God shared her brave spirit with us.

In God's own time and twenty-eight days after the fact another revelation has been revealed. I learned via the April 30th issue of Jet the transition of Dean Elizabeth Catlett; ten years to the day of my mother's transition and CWW's day of birth!

When I consider my space in time I'm grateful for the sensitive insights given me! As a fine arts guru, promoter & representative, dearly departed persons like: James Amos Porter, Charles White, Carl Owens, Selma Burke, Lois Mailou...

To the family and friends of Elizabeth Catlett,

I am so sorry for your loss. Those who die God keeps in his memory because they are precious in his eyes - Psalm 116:15.


Elizabeth's Obituaries

Her sculptures were symbols of civil rights Elizabeth Catlett, a sculptor and printmaker who is widely considered one of the most important African-American artists of the 20th century despite having lived most of her life in Mexico, has died. She was 96. Ms. Catlett, whose sculptures became...

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