Mabel Loomis Todd - Own Works

Own Works

  • Footprints (1883)
  • Total Eclipses of the Sun (1894)
  • Corona and Coronet (1898)
  • A Cycle of Sunsets (1910)
  • Tripoli the Mysterious (1912)

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