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Tag: Jacob Lawrence

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    African-American Fine Art

    Raised in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi during the early 1900s, Richmond Barthé was among the leading artists of his time. Barthé’s work often bridges the gap between Realism and abstraction. Best known for capturing the allegorical and genre figures of African Americans, Barthé took inspiration from his interest in African…

    ROBERT NEAL (1916 - 1987)
  • Art Industry

    Jonathan Boos Presents Digital Spring Catalogue

    We are pleased to announce the publication of our digital Spring Selections catalogue. Artists featured include John Atherton, George C. Ault, George Wesley Bellows, Thomas Hart Benton, Charles Biederman, Charles H. Davis, Enrico Donati, Marshall Fredericks, Alfred Jensen, Henry Koerner, Jacob Lawrence, Alton Pickens, Charles Sheeler, Zoltan Sepeshy, George Tooker, Martha…

    Jonathan Boos Presents Digital Spring Catalogue
  • Auction Industry

    African-American Fine Art at Auction June 4 with Standout Works from the Last Two Centuries

    New York—Swann Galleries is set to offer a sale of African-American Fine Art on Thursday, June 4 with works spanning from the nineteenth century through the modern era. The sale was postponed due to Covid-19 and will be held live online by the house. As the earliest work in the sale Edward M. Bannister’s serene circa…

    Lot 143-Amos
  • Art Industry

    2020 Curatorial Awards For Excellence Announced

    Association of Art Museum Curators honors 25 curators across fields The 2020 Awards for Excellence were released Wednesday within the 2020 Art Curators Conference catalog.  Nearly 175 nominations were submitted and vetted by groups of curator jurors from around the world, with importance placed upon how each entry reflected core ideals of inclusion,…

    Jacob Lawrence: The American Struggle"
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    African-American Fine Art

    Raised in Harlem, New York during the 1930s, Jacob Lawrence was an influential Modernist painter active throughout the 20th century. He was nationally-recognized for his paintings capturing the experiences of African-Americans. After completing several paintings of abolitionist John Brown, Lawrence began several paintings of rural African-American life in the South.…

    CHARLES WHITE (1918 - 1979)
  • Exhibitions

    The Ultimate Selfies? National Portrait Gallery 'Eye to I' Traveling Exhibition Premieres March 24

    The term self-conscious takes on a whole new meaning in today’s social media era. At a time when millions of selfies are posted every day and identity is proving to be more fluid, this exhibition from the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery shines a new light on self-portraiture and representation.  The show was created to…

    Self-Portrait with Rita, by Thomas Hart Benton. Oil on canvas (c. 1924). National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution.
  • Exhibitions

    Beyond the wall: a golden period of exchange between Mexican and US artists is revisited in new show

    Whitney Museum exhibition will explore the enduring influence of artists such as David Alfaro Siqueiros on US counterparts including Jackson Pollock and Philip Guston José Clemente Orozco’s Mexican Revolution work Barricade (1931) Photo: Courtesy of the Whitney Museum of American Art; © The Estate of Philip Guston, courtesy McKee Gallery The…

    Beyond the wall- a golden period of exchange between Mexican and US artists is revisited in new show
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    Luxury Accessories & Modern Art

    The repeating timepiece was first developed in the late 17th century by Daniel Quare, who invented the hour and quarter striking mechanism. However, it was not until 1839 when Patek Philippe introduced their first quarter repeating watch that the style entered the mainstream. An early generation Patek Philippe quarter repeating…

    Louis Vuitton Keepall 55
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    Artist Profile : Norman Lewis From the Margin to the Art Market Center

    Anthony Barboza, Norman Lewis—Painter, silver print, 1976.Sold Dember 13, 2007 for $1,320. Born in Harlem in 1909, Norman Lewis developed as a painter as the New York Modern Art scene grew. He first studied art during the Harlem Renaissance under the sculptor Augusta Savage. Lewis became a painting instructor at the Harlem Community Art…

    Swann Galleries