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Jones, Lois Mailou ISNI Library of Congress/NACO

Loïs Mailou Jones artist Wikidata

Jones, Lois (African-American painter, designer, and teacher, 1905-1998) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Jones, Loïs Mailou 1905-1998 Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

VIAF ID: 95897605 (Personal)


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1220 Quincy Street Wikidata
African heroes and heroines Library of Congress/NACO
The Ascent of Ethiopia Wikidata
La Baker Wikidata
Brother Brown Wikidata
Cauliflower and Pumpkin Wikidata
Les Clochards, Montmartre, Paris Wikidata
Coin de la Rue Medard, Paris Wikidata
Eglise Saint Joseph Wikidata
Les Fétiches Wikidata
Glyphs Wikidata
Great American Negroes in verse, 1723-1965. Library of Congress/NACO
Indian Shops, Gay Head, Massachusetts Wikidata
Initiation, Liberia Wikidata
Interview with Lois Mailou Jones, c1978: Library of Congress/NACO
Jardin du Luxembourg Wikidata
Jeanne, Martiniquaise Wikidata
Jeune Fille Française Wikidata
life and art of Loïs Mailou Jones Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
Lillian Evanti Wikidata
The Lovers (Somali Friends) Wikidata
Main Entrance Wikidata
Moon Masque Wikidata
My Mother's Hats Wikidata
Peintures, 1937-1951. Library of Congress/NACO
Pioneers of long ago Library of Congress/NACO
Place du Tertre Wikidata
Poems. Library of Congress/NACO
Reflective moments; retrospective 1930-1972. Library of Congress/NACO
Seated Man in Yellow Overalls Wikidata
Sedalia, North Carolina Wikidata
Self Portrait Wikidata
Shapes and Colors Wikidata
Suriname Wikidata
Textile Design for Cretonne Wikidata
Two Faiths, Paris Wikidata
Ubi Girl from Tai Region Wikidata
Veve Voudou II Wikidata
We Shall Overcome Wikidata
Woman with Necklace Wikidata
Wonders : the best children's poems of Effie Lee Newsome Library of Congress/NACO
Word pictures of the great Library of Congress/NACO
The world of Lois Mailou Jones : Meridian House International, Washington, D.C., January 28-March 18, 1990. Library of Congress/NACO
Yellow Cup Wikidata
Young Man in Red Sweater Wikidata

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