An African-American artist in full bloom
The vibrant colors of our rollerball are an exuberant interpretation of Alma Woodsey Thomas’s 1969 painting, Iris, Tulips, Jonquils and Crocuses. Howard University’s first graduate in art, Thomas (1891-1978) was also the first African-American to have a solo show at the Whitney. Her Iris painting resides at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, which as our partner receives a portion of each rollerball sale. Your purchase helps keep women’s art in perennial flower.
- Design and colors based on a painting by Alma Woodsey Thomas
From the collection at the National Museum of Women in the Arts
Brass barrel with lacquer
Snap cap posts securely
5 3/8L x 1/2-inch diameter, 1.58 oz
Convert this pen into a stylus or a fountain pen with these ACME converters
We offer ACME rollerball refills
We also recommend Levenger rollerball refills
Thank you for doing good in the world of reading
When you purchase this Levenger Partnering for Good
product, know that you're doing good in the world for readers. Through this program, we support the libraries, museums and other cherished institutions that nurture reading.