Elizabeth Catlett's Enduring Art

At 96, the doyenne of black art is still at it, sculpting elegant, African-inspired sculptures made of bronze, wood and marble almost every day in her Cuernavaca, Mexico, studio. Here’s just a sampling of her newer works.

By: Brandee Sanders
Posted: April 13 2011 5:07 PM
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