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Yet another painting by another legendary Harlem Renaissance artist

Yet another painting by another legendary Harlem Renaissance artist

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Aaron Douglas Harlem Renaissance artist 1930s

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Palmer Hayden - The Subway (c.1930) Collages, Art Boards, African

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A detail from Alice Neel's portrait "Mercedes Arroyo," 1952

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A portrait of Aaron Douglas

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This gay sculptor focused on black male beauty during the Harlem Renaissance

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Hand-colored woodcut with blue clothing, brown skin tone, and pale green background

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Rejoice Diaspora Dance Theater presents "A MidSummer Night at the Savoy" at Portland Playhouse

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Mt. Vernon Woman Watercolor 16 1/2x13 1/2 inches 1950 Signed

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Front cover of The Sketch showing Josephine Baker, 1931.

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Douglas created some of his best-known painting in the 1930s. It was then that he created one of his most legendary works… a series of murals entitled “ ...

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Palmer Hayden

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I invoke Alain Locke's clarion call of the 1925 Harlem issue of Survey Graphic that launched the Harlem Renaissance for more than rhetorical reasons.

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Take a peek at legendary Harlem photographer James Van Der Zee's glamour shots of African Americans–both ordinary and famous–from the 1920s to the 1950s

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The birth of the African-American popular culture as a global phenomenon dates back to the 20th century in Harlem, New York. Harlem is popularly known as ...

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It's About Time: African American Artist Archibald John Motley, Jr (American Harlem Renaissance Painter) Self Portrait

"Strange Fruit" by Marcus Williams.

In his experience, Bee1ne has learned that people need to show and receive more love in this day and age. His artwork reflects that goal.

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... opportunity to receive two complimentary tickets to watch the regional premiere musical, Trav'lin – The 1930s Harlem Musical at the Arvada Center for ...

Three Friends (ca. 1944), by William H. Johnson

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Harlem Renaissance Ma Rainey jazz band

While several artists of the Harlem Renaissance found their voice through literature, academics, music and the stage, Archibald John Motley Jnr was one ...

Jean-Michel Basquiat and “The Art of (Dis)Empowerment” (2000)

Ironically, this German immigrant came to fame for his illustrations, portraits, and cover designs during the Harlem Renaissance.

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Bon vivant Carl Van Vechten photographed his good friends — Harlem's legendary artists

The artist will be the subject of major traveling retrospective this year

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Each mural included a captivating mix of Douglas's influences, from jazz music to abstract and geometric art.

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