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The Harlem Renaissance 1920s & 1930s
The Silent Protest (1)
The Silent Protest (2)
The Publications (1)
The Publications (2)
Harlem Writers & Intellectuals
James Weldon Johnson
Jora Neale Hurston
Harlem Renaissance Artists
Henry Ossawa Tanner 1859-1937
The Seine C. 1902
The Banjo Lesson
Two Disciples at the Tomb
Palmer Hayden 1890-1973
We Four in Paris
The Big Bend Turnnel
Midsummer Night in Harlem 1938
Midnight at a Crossroads
Carousel Wharf, Boothbay Harbor
African Village 1932
African Street Scene 1932
The Execution of NIRA 1935
The Janitor who Paints 1939/40
The Seine at St. Cloud
There Lies that Steel Driven Man 1944/47
Concarneau’s New Look 1960
The Session 1970
Parisian Landscape 1928
Baptizing Day 1945
Archibald J. Motley 1891-1981
Mending Socks 1924
Café Paris 1929
Brown Girl after the Bath 1931
Myself at Work 1933
Getting Religion 1948
Hot Rhythm 1961
Aaron Douglas 1898-1979
The Unknown 1924
Rise, Shine for Thy Light Has Come 1924
Sahdi: Tribal Women 1925
The Creation 1927
Study for Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting 1934
Aspects of Negro Life: from Slavery thru. Reconstruction
Aspects of Negro Life: An Idyll of the Deep South 1930s
Into Bondage 1936
Song of Towers 1934
William Henry Johnson 1901-1970
Swing Low Sweet Chariot
Young Pastry Cook
Street Life – Harlem 1939-40
Lois Mailou Jones 1905-1998
Fishing Smack, Menemsha, Massachusetts 1932
Notre-Dame de Paris 1932
The Japanese Garden 1927
Textile Design for Cretonne 1928
Negro Shack, Sedalia, North Carolina 1930
The Green Apples 1938
Jardin du Luzenbourg
Ethiopian Boy 1948
Jacob Lawrence 1917-2000
The Migration Series, Panel No.10 ‘There were very Poor’ 1940/41
The Migration Series, Panel No.57 ‘The Female Worker’ 1940/41
Pool Parlor 1942
This is Harlem 1943
War Series: Victory 1947
Man with Flowers 1954
The Street 1957
The Library 1960
Girl in a Red Dress 1934
The Harlem Renaissance Painters Henry O. Tanner Palmer Hayden Archibald J. Motley, Jr. Aaron Douglass Jacob Lawrence William H. Johnson.
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