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The Harlem Renaissance Painters Henry O. Tanner Palmer Hayden Archibald J. Motley, Jr. Aaron Douglass Jacob Lawrence William H. Johnson
Art Appreciation Name of the Painting Describe the colors and formation of the painting. What are the themes of painting? What is the story of the painting? How does it relate to you?
Henry Ossawa Tanner The Banjo LessonThe Banjo Lesson, 1893
Palmer Hayden The Janitor Who PaintsThe Janitor Who Paints, about 1937
Palmer Hayden Fetiche et Fleurs
Palmer Hayden Hammer in His Hand, 1944
Palmer Hayden Jeunesse
Archibald J. Motley, Jr. Blues, 1929
Archibald J. Motley, Jr. NightlifeNightlife, 1943
Aaron Douglas, Study for Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting, 1934Study for Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting
Aaron Douglas Into BondageInto Bondage, 1936
Aaron Douglas CrucifixionCrucifixion, 1927
Jacob Lawrence Pool ParlorPool Parlor, 1942
Jacob Lawrence Tombstones, 1942
William H. Johnson. Cafe 1939-40
William H. Johnson Going to Church
William H. Johnson Baptize Thee 1940
Harlem Renaissance The Flowering of African American Creativity.
The Harlem Renaissance 1920s & 1930s. Background/Photos.
African American Art of the Early 1900’s
Harlem Renaissance The Roaring 20s.
By: Jordan Levine. Sargent Claude Johnson From Copper on wood base In the Smithsonian American Art Museum MASK.
THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE Followed emancipation of the Civil War Lasted approximately from 1919 to 1935 An artistic explosion of Black culture Art Music Dance.
The Banjo Player by Henry Ossawa Tannner. Meta Warrick Fuller Ethiopia Awakening.
Anne Walker La Parisienne (1896).
The Harlem Renaissance Artists
The Harlem Renaissance Artists By: Danny, Gina, Ji Young, Min Sik.
Generalizations: The Harlem Renaissance. Directions: This activity will focus on three areas of the Harlem Renaissance Arts: 1.Graphic Art 2.Language.
The Harlem Renaissance And “The New Negro”. Into Bondage, Aaron Douglas.
Harlem Renaissance WHAT IS THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE? It was a time of great development of art, literature, music and culture in the African-
African American Artists. Palmer Hayden ( ) Palmer Hayden was born Peyton Cole Hedgeman in 1890 in Widewater, Virginia. Hayden specialized in.
The Harlem Renaissance Artists Montgomery High School, 2013.
Paintings Inspired by the Harlem Renaissance. What was the Harlem Renaissance? The periods of the 1920s and ’30 known as the Harlem Renaissance encompassed.
Aspects of Negro Life: Song of the Towers, Aaron Douglas, 1934
The Harlem Renaissance 1920’s & 1930’s. Cultural Times Development of the African American middle class WWI created jobs in the North Development of African.
Literature, Art, and Music. A cultural movement spanning the 1920’s – 1930’s Also known as the New Negro Movement after the anthology by Alain Locke.
Annie Walker ( ) La Parisi è nne (1896). Henry Tanner ( ) Banjo Player.
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