MoMA Exclusive: This soft polyester scarf features a colorful design based on an untitled 1968 painting by Black Expressionist artist Alma Woodsey Thomas, which is in MoMA’s collection. Alma Woodsey Thomas (1891–1978) was a painter and art educator best known for her colorful abstract paintings. She was a cornerstone for the Fine Arts at Howard University and is noted for starting a successful art career later in her life, and as someone who took major strides during times of segregation as a Black female artist. The Alma Woodsey Thomas Scarf measures 20h x 72"l. Dry clean or hand wash only.
Size20h x 72"l
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