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Anne Walker La Parisienne (1896)
Henry Tanner Untitled Landscape (1898)
Henry Tanner The Raising of Lazarus (1896)
Henry Tanner Annunciation (1898)
Henry Tanner Mary (1919)
Henry Tanner Virgin and Child (ca. 1932) Wadsworth Atheneum
Aaron Douglas Illustration: The New Negro (1925) Illustration: Langston Hughes, “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” (1925)
Aaron Douglas Dust Jacket (1929)
Aaron Douglas French Chateau (ca. 1931)
Aaron Douglas Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting (1934)
Palmer Hayden (1890-1975) Bal jeunesse, ca. 1927
Goursat Sem (1863-1934) Le Bal de la rue Blomet (ca. 1925?)
Palmer Hayden (1890-1975) Nous Quatre à Paris ca. 1928-1930
Palmer Hayden (1890-1975) Fétiche et fleurs, ca. 1930-31
Palmer Hayden Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Fétiche et fleurs (1880-1938) ca. 1930-1931Der Trinker (1914)
Archibald Motley Blues (1929)
Archibald Motley, Jr. (1891-1981) Jockey Club (1929)
Guy Pène Du Bois (1884-1958) Americans in Paris (1927)
Archibald Motley Guy Pène Du Bois Jockey Club Americans in Paris
Augusta Savage (1892-1962) Terpsichore (ca. 1928)
Augusta Savage (1892-1962) Fern Frond (ca. 1930-31)
Constantin Brancusi Bird in Flight
Hale Woodruff (1900-1980) Provençal Landscape (1930)
Beauford Delaney Self-Portrait
Beauford Delaney ( Untitled)
Vincent Van Gogh, Room at Arles
Delaney, Untitled Van Gogh, Room at Arles
Beauford Delaney Washington Square
Beauford Delaney (Untitled)
Beauford Delaney Masks
Beauford Delaney Can Fire in Central Park
Beauford Delaney Baldwin (1963)
Beauford Delaney Ella Fitzgerald (1968)
Beauford Delaney James Baldwin (1963)
Herbert Gentry One in Front
Herbert Gentry Dance Turquoise
Herbert Gentry Blue Garden
Herbert Gentry Atop and Below
Herbert Gentry Herbert Painting
Josephine Baker in her famous “banana” costume (Folies-Bergère 1926)
Paul Colin Josephine Baker From Le Tumulte noir (1927)
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