ObeliskMeta Vaux Warrick Fuller


Reverie, 1930, Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller
Reverie, zoomed in

Reverie is a Harlem Renaissance Plaster Sculpture created by Meta Vaux Warrick Fuller in c.1930. It lives at the Danforth Art Museum in the United States. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Busts and Women. Source

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