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Tribute to Lois Mailou Jones by African-American artist Joyce Owens. Jones was an African American artist who painted and influenced many others during the Harlem Renaissance and beyond during her long teaching and artistic career Renaissance Artworks, Renaissance Kunst, African American Artist, American Artists, American Women, American History, Harlem Renaissance Fashion, Renaissance Makeup, Art History

Fundraiser auctions: promotion for artists?

How many times have you been asked to donate work to a not-for-profit annual gala and auction? I personally cannot count them. How many times have you been contacted AFTER the event because someone saw your work and wants to...

Jacob Lawrence: Exploring Stories I love how vibrant this neighbourhood appears. Jacob Lawrence Paintings, Jacob Lawrence Art, African American Artwork, African American History, American Artists, Clark Atlanta University, Renaissance Kunst, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Artworks
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Lines of Influence | SCAD Museum of Art

Lines of Influence | SCAD Museum of Art

The harlem renaissance into 1936 by aaron douglas from color line archibald j motley jr s blues 1929 at the whitney museum of american art courtesy the whitney and the chicago history museum chicago illinois African American Weddings, African American Artist, African American History, American Artists, African Art, British History, American Women, Native American, Archibald Motley
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Black History Album .... The Way We Were

Art of the Harlem Renaissance (click photo for slideshow) Works by African American painter, Archibald J. Motley, 1891-1981. Black History Album, The Way We Were Follow us on WEB TUMBLR PINTEREST...

Mother and Child’ —Sargent Claude Johnson circa 1930 African American Culture, African American Artist, American Artists, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Artworks, Iconic Album Covers, Ceramic Figures, Impressionist Art, Contemporary Sculpture
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Mother and Child by Sargent Claude Johnson

The Phillips Collection reunites Jacob Lawrence’s masterwork The Migration Series, the seminal work by one of the most celebrated African American artists of the century. African American Artist, American Artists, African Art, Native American, Jacob Lawrence Art, The National, The Great Migration, Phillips Collection, Collage Techniques
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A Closer Look at Jacob Lawrence’s “Migration Series,” the Masterpiece He Made at 23

The groundbreaking work told the story of the “Great Migration,” when over one million African-Americans left the South in hope of a better life.

Church on Lennox Avenue, by William H Johnson, Harlem Renaissance Painting William H Johnson, Henry Johnson, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Artworks, African American Artist, American Artists, Canadian Art, Tumblr, Black Artists
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Still Life, 1923 - William H. Johnson - WikiArt.org

Church on Lenox Avenue - William H. Johnson

He Painted the Feverish Nights of the Harlem Renaissance: Archibald Motley Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Artworks, African American Art, American Artists, American Women, Native American, Art Prints For Sale, Fine Art Prints, Archibald Motley
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He Painted the Feverish Nights of the Harlem Renaissance

You can almost feel the rhythm of the music through his paintbrush. Archibald Motley was one of the only artists of his time willing to vividly and positively depict African Americans in their vibrant urban culture, rather than in impoverished and rustic circumstances. Skin tone is celebrated as som

Early Fine Art Dealers buys and sells works of art and paintings by artists of the Harlem Renaissance movement. This page explains what the Harlem Renaissance art movement was about. African American Artist, American Artists, Native American, Black History, Art History, History Education, History Facts, Ancient History, Archibald Motley
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He Painted the Feverish Nights of the Harlem Renaissance

You can almost feel the rhythm of the music through his paintbrush. Archibald Motley was one of the only artists of his time willing to vividly and positively depict African Americans in their vibrant urban culture, rather than in impoverished and rustic circumstances. Skin tone is celebrated as som

Students create a poster presenting Ellis Wilson’s work with literature of the Harlem Renaissance that communicates similar meaning. Renaissance Artworks, Renaissance Kunst, Harlem Renaissance, African American Artist, American Artists, American Women, American History, Wilson Art, Art Curriculum
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Art and Literature During the Harlem Renaissance - Idea File - KET Education

Students create a poster presenting Ellis Wilson’s work with literature of the Harlem Renaissance that communicates similar meaning.

Douglas’ afrofuturism could almost be described as a kind of deco-futurism, with heavy emphasis on African symbolism and history. Book Illustrations, Children's Book Illustration, African American Art, African Art, Renaissance Artworks, Futurism, Art Styles, Black Art, 1930s
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Afrofuturism, Aaron Douglas, and W.E.B. Du Bois (1920s-1930s)

Douglas’ afrofuturism could almost be described as a kind of deco-futurism, with heavy emphasis on African symbolism and history.

Art Deco was a movement in decorative arts. Art Deco did not originate with the Exposition; African American Artist, American Artists, Native American, Early American, American Women, American History, Jazz Paris, Paris Art, Black Art
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Winold Reiss | Interpretation of Harlem Jazz I (1925) | Artsy

From Hirschl & Adler, Winold Reiss, Interpretation of Harlem Jazz I (1925), Ink on paper, 19 7/8 × 14 7/8 in

kemetic-dreams: “ Ascents of Ethiopia, painted by Lois Mailou Jones, African American Artist during the Harlem Renaissance. “Ascent of Ethiopia” was painted by Lois Mailou Jones in This. African American Culture, African American Artist, American Artists, African Art, American Women, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artworks, Montmartre Paris
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Lois Mailou Jones - The Ascent of Ethiopia (1932)

Aaron Douglas Renaissance Artworks, University Of Kansas, Harlem Renaissance, African American Art, Black Art, Art Education, Art Lessons, Art Museum, Art History
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Aaron Douglas: African American Modernist

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Palmer Hayden "Nous Quatre a Paris" 1935 oil on canvas African American Culture, African American Artist, American Artists, African Art, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Kunst, Renaissance Artworks, Collages, Art Deco
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Separate but Equal

Aaron Douglas (American, 1899-1979). The Prodigal Son in God's Trombones: Seven Negro Sermons in Verse by James Weldon Johnson, 1927. Lithograph, lettering by C.B. Wells, New York: The Viking Press, 8 ¾ x 6 ¼ in. (22.2 x 15.9 cm). Amon Carter Museum Library, Fort Worth, Texas, (IB) NC959.D67 G6 1927 Like so many neat shorthand terms, “Harlem Renaissance” both encapsulates a time and spirit while inadvertently distorting and constraining it. “The more we learn about the Harlem Renaissance the…

The Harlem Renaissance was a huge movement in Harlem, New York that started one of the most influential periods in art, music, and literature. This video explains how to Harlem Renaissance began and the popularity it had. Children Book Quotes, Best Children Books, Childrens Books, African American Culture, American Art, Samba, Archibald Motley, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Fashion
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Archibald Motley, Jr. | Art & Design in Chicago

The painter Archibald Motley, Jr. is famous for his paintings of his fellow African Americans in Chicago’s Bronzeville, but he himself didn’t live there. Despite – in some ways because of – his desire to address the race problem through his painting, he had a complicated relationship with his race.

Why was the Harlem Renaissance such a remarkable/memorable period in history? The Harlem Renaissance, essentially meaning rebirth of Harlem, symbolizes the many social advancements of Black Culture. African American Culture, African American Artist, American Artists, American Life, American Standard, American Women, African Art, Harlem Renaissance Artists, Renaissance Kunst
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Jeunesse (Youth) by Palmer Hayden | Fine Art Print

Description Shipping & Returns Explore more of our Palmer Hayden collection. Canvas prints: The most accurate option to represent an oil painting. Order canvas rolled, classic stretched (requires framing), gallery wrapped (arrives ready to hang without a frame) or as a framed canvas print in one of our exquisite mouldings. Paper prints: Heavy, bright white, matte paper with a slight "cold pressed" texture. Order as a framed paper print and it arrives ready to hang! Poster prints: Satin…