Red Rambling Rose Spring Song

Red Rambling Rose Spring Song, 1976, Alma Thomas
134.6 cm89.2 cm

Red Rambling Rose Spring Song is an Abstract Expressionist Acrylic Painting created by Alma Thomas in 1976. It lives in a private collection. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Abstract Art. Source

In art, it's never too late to change. Alma Thomas had retired after 3 decades of teaching high school art classes when she began experimenting with a new style—a dense, patterned abstraction she would first exhibit at Howard University in 1966, the year she turned 75.

Red Rambling Rose Spring Song, additional view

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