Concetta Maria Scaravaglione (1900-1975) was a sculptor and educator from New York City, New York. She participated in the Treasury Section of Painting and Sculpture under the Works Progress Administration.
Scaravaglione was born to Italian immigrants in 1900 in New York City. She began her study of art at the National Academy of Design, but her classes were cut due to the institution's decision to end co-educational classes. She secured a scholarship to the Art Students League in the mid-1920s and also accepted a grant to study at the Louis Comfort Tiffany Institute in Oyster Bay, New York.
During the Great Depression, Scaravaglione completed four commissions for the Treasury Relief Art Project, notably works for a post office in Drexel Hill, Pennsylvania and the Federal Trade Commission Building in Washington, D.C. Subsequently, she had a long teaching career at Vassar College, the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, the American Academy in Rome, and Black Mountain College.
Concetta Scaravaglione died in New York City in 1975.