Harriet Tubman

Category
Black History, Bust, SculptHER™
Tags
Women/Scholars
About This Project

Harriet Tubman – American Abolitionist (1822 – 1913)

 

The “SculptHER™” Collection continues with a tribute to Harriet Tubman as a hero; a symbol of freedom, perseverance, dedication, and faith. Tubman serves as a reminder to stand up for equal rights and to follow your dreams.

 

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.” – Harriet Tubman

 

There are two versions of this Harriet Tubman bust available for order, one represents her youth and the other her senior years. As well as two color options, a classic marble and bronze patina. This bust is made of our signature casted marble and offered in a finished bronze or natural white marble. The elderly representation of Tubman stands at 5.5 inches tall, while the young representation stands at 7 inches.

 

 

As such, this bust is the perfect gift for anyone striving for equality.

 

 

Smithsonian National Museum of African American
History and Culture 
National Women’s Hall of Fame
Women’s March 

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