Lot 7
Property from the Collection of Reverend Douglas Moore and Dr. Doris Hughes-Moore

Elizabeth Catlett (American 1915-2012)
In Phyllis Wheatley I Proved Intellectual Equality in the Midst of Slavery
Linocut, 1946, signed E Catlett and dated in pencil l.r., numbered 9/20 in pencil l.l. and titled in pencil l.c., printed at Robert Blackburn's workship, New York, 1989; apparently in good condition. Framed.*
Sight size: 305 x 229 mm (12 x 9 in)
Estimate $3,000-5,000

Exhibited:
Brenau University Galleries, Elizabeth Catlett: A Voice for Social Justice, February 8-April 1, 2007

The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery, New Jersey City University, For My People: The Art of Elizabeth Catlett, April 3-May 17, 2006

North Carolina Central University Art Museum, Elizabeth Catlett: Master Printmaker, February 11-April 6, 2001



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Sold for $2,400