"Harriet" by Elizabeth Catlett

"Harriet" by Elizabeth Catlett
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, Ralph E. Shikes Fund

"Harriet" Linocut (print) by American artist Elizabeth Catlett (1919-), created in 1975. Inspired by Harriet Tubman, the work is part of the MIT Libraries' Dome Architecture, Urban Planning, and Visual Arts collection.


The MIT Libraries Digital Collection

The MIT Libraries' Dome Architecture, Urban Planning, and Visual Arts collection is a growing collection of images that supports the programs and curriculum in MIT's School of Architecture and Planning. The images extensively document architectural history and design, urban history with a special emphasis on the Boston area, landscape architecture, urban planning, archaeology, photography, fine and applied art and media. Also in this collection are Archivision's 60,000 images of architecture, archaeological sites, gardens, parks and works of art with broad appeal in humanities teaching.

Timeline: 1970s
School: School of Architecture and Planning
Department: ArchitectureUrban Studies and Planning
Career: Arts & Humanities
Object: Image
Collection: Exhibits, Illustrations, Integration and Differentiation 1969-1994, Women