Celebrated for her expressions of the female African-American experience, late artist Elizabeth Catlett is best known for sculpture, though in 1952 she created the masterful "Sharecropper" with color linocut on cream Japanese paper.
|Courtesy of||The Art Institute of Chicago Digital Libraries|
|Collection||Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Hartman Art|
|Date||1952, printed 1970|
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