Ruth Starr Rose Exhibit Comes to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Exhibit at Reginald F. Lewis Museum explores an artist ahead of her time.

Justine Hulsey - November 2015

Ruth Starr Rose Exhibit Comes to the Reginald F. Lewis Museum

Exhibit at Reginald F. Lewis Museum explores an artist ahead of her time.

Justine Hulsey - November 2015


To read more on Ruth Starr Rose and the portraits within the exhibit, pick up a copy of the November issue of Baltimore magazine, on newsstands now.





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