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Black American artists from post W.W.1 till recent times: Art of and by Black Artists

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Malvin Gray Johnson

Untitled (Barge) c.1925

Selected Works - Malvin Gray Johnson (1896-1934) - Artists

Untitled (Barge) c.1925

Malvin Gray Johnson's Striking Portraits of African Americans Made Him One of Most Acclaimed Artists of the Harlem Renaissance. Learn His Artist Story Here | artnet News

Malvin Gray Johnson's Striking Portraits of African Americans Made Him One of Most Acclaimed Artists of the Harlem Renaissance. Learn His Artist Story Here | artnet News

Learn the story of Malvin Gray Johnson, a little-known artist whose paintings influenced generations of painters to come.

Malvin Gray Johnson Painting in Swann African-American Fine Art Auction February - Swann Galleries News

Malvin Gray Johnson Painting in Swann African-American Fine Art Auction February 2010 - Swann Galleries News

Largely due to his sudden death at the age of 38, Malvin Gray Johnson’s paintings are extremely scarce–there are only 60 known works.

Classical African American Landscape 'Over the Harlem Rooftops' by Malvin Gray Johnson Art Print by jeanpaulferro

Buy Classical African American Landscape 'Over the Harlem Rooftops' by Malvin Gray Johnson Art Print by jeanpaulferro. Worldwide shipping available at Society6.com. Just one of millions of high quality products available.

Giclee fine art print reproduction from antique oil painting by African American artist Malvin Gray Johnson, titled "Brothers" 1934.4x5 or 5x7(cropped) or 8x10 or 11x14 or 16x20 or 18x24 or 24x30 paper size with 1/4 inch white border (the image is set 1/4 inch within the exact paper size listed above).Somerset Velvet paper and archival pigment inks.***Also available on stretched canvas in the 8x10, 11x14, 16x20, and 18x24 sizes. Canvas Giclee prints are on 5/8" wooden stretcher bars with…

Brothers, Malvin Gray Johnson painting, Two African American boys art print, Black child portrait, P

Giclee fine art print reproduction from antique oil painting by African American artist Malvin Gray Johnson, titled "Brothers" 1934.4x5 or 5x7(cropped) or 8x10 or 11x14 or 16x20 or 18x24 or 24x30 paper size. ***1/4 inch white borders are used for prints 5 inches and larger unless requested otherwise -- this means the image will be set 1/4 inch within the exact paper size listed above. Smaller prints (3.5x5, 4x4, 4x5, 4x6) will be sent without borders unless requested otherwise. See the last…

"Meditation," 1931. Malvin Gray Johnson

Campus Echo Online - A & E

"Meditation," 1931. Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Negro Masks by Malvin Gray Johnson, 1932

Malvin Gray Johnson | Negro Masks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Negro Masks by Malvin Gray Johnson, 1932

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Postman (1934) by Malvin Gray Johnson

Postman (1934) by Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson, The Letter, oil on fabric, undated.

The Alfred Stieglitz Collection at Nashville's Fisk University

The Carl Van Vechten Gallery, named for the prolific 20th-century artist and writer, occupies a Victorian brick structure on the grounds of Fisk University in Nashville’s inner city…

Annie Lee

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Tschabalala Self

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Paul Goodnight

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Ted Ellis

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Bill Hemmerling

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Ernie Barnes

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Dane Tilghman

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Robert Colescott

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Steve Prince

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Black Art Worldwide

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Gerald Lovell

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Lois Mailou Jones

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Deborah Roberts

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Fabiola Jean-Louis

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Robert Gwathmey

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Hughie Lee-Smith

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James Denmark

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John Holyfield

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Allan Rohan Crite

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Black Artists

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John Biggers

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Leroy Campbell

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Frank Morrison

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Charles Bibbs

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Untitled (Barge) c.1925

Selected Works - Malvin Gray Johnson (1896-1934) - Artists

Untitled (Barge) c.1925

Malvin Gray Johnson's Striking Portraits of African Americans Made Him One of Most Acclaimed Artists of the Harlem Renaissance. Learn His Artist Story Here | artnet News

Malvin Gray Johnson's Striking Portraits of African Americans Made Him One of Most Acclaimed Artists of the Harlem Renaissance. Learn His Artist Story Here | artnet News

Learn the story of Malvin Gray Johnson, a little-known artist whose paintings influenced generations of painters to come.

Malvin Gray Johnson Painting in Swann African-American Fine Art Auction February - Swann Galleries News

Malvin Gray Johnson Painting in Swann African-American Fine Art Auction February 2010 - Swann Galleries News

Largely due to his sudden death at the age of 38, Malvin Gray Johnson’s paintings are extremely scarce–there are only 60 known works.

Classical African American Landscape 'Over the Harlem Rooftops' by Malvin Gray Johnson Art Print by jeanpaulferro

Buy Classical African American Landscape 'Over the Harlem Rooftops' by Malvin Gray Johnson Art Print by jeanpaulferro. Worldwide shipping available at Society6.com. Just one of millions of high quality products available.

Giclee fine art print reproduction from antique oil painting by African American artist Malvin Gray Johnson, titled "Brothers" 1934.4x5 or 5x7(cropped) or 8x10 or 11x14 or 16x20 or 18x24 or 24x30 paper size with 1/4 inch white border (the image is set 1/4 inch within the exact paper size listed above).Somerset Velvet paper and archival pigment inks.***Also available on stretched canvas in the 8x10, 11x14, 16x20, and 18x24 sizes. Canvas Giclee prints are on 5/8" wooden stretcher bars with…

Brothers, Malvin Gray Johnson painting, Two African American boys art print, Black child portrait, P

Giclee fine art print reproduction from antique oil painting by African American artist Malvin Gray Johnson, titled "Brothers" 1934.4x5 or 5x7(cropped) or 8x10 or 11x14 or 16x20 or 18x24 or 24x30 paper size. ***1/4 inch white borders are used for prints 5 inches and larger unless requested otherwise -- this means the image will be set 1/4 inch within the exact paper size listed above. Smaller prints (3.5x5, 4x4, 4x5, 4x6) will be sent without borders unless requested otherwise. See the last…

"Meditation," 1931. Malvin Gray Johnson

Campus Echo Online - A & E

"Meditation," 1931. Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson

Negro Masks by Malvin Gray Johnson, 1932

Malvin Gray Johnson | Negro Masks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Negro Masks by Malvin Gray Johnson, 1932

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Ordinary Finds — Malvin Gray Johnson (Jan. 28, 1896 - 1934): Negro...

Postman (1934) by Malvin Gray Johnson

Postman (1934) by Malvin Gray Johnson

Malvin Gray Johnson, The Letter, oil on fabric, undated.

The Alfred Stieglitz Collection at Nashville's Fisk University

The Carl Van Vechten Gallery, named for the prolific 20th-century artist and writer, occupies a Victorian brick structure on the grounds of Fisk University in Nashville’s inner city…

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Martin And Rosa Up Front by Colin Bootman

Martin and Rosa Up Front by Colin Bootman

Martin and Rosa Up Front Painting by Colin Bootman

The Alfred Stieglitz Collection at Nashville's Fisk University

The Carl Van Vechten Gallery, named for the prolific 20th-century artist and writer, occupies a Victorian brick structure on the grounds of Fisk University in Nashville’s inner city…