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African American Photographer - Lorna Simpson Is A African American Artist & Photographer Who Made Her Name In The 1980 & 1990s With Artwork Such As: Guarded Conditions and Square Deal.

African American Photographer - Lorna Simpson Is A African American Artist & Photographer Who Made Her Name In The 1980 & With Artwork Such As: Guarded Conditions and Square Deal.

Leroy Campbell (artist) "One of my greatest influences came from artist Jacob Lawrence. I found his work... intriguing, & thoroughly appreciated the Story-Telling Aspects of his art... During my childhood, I listened to the stories my elders shared, & learned about its importance in African American culture. I was inspired to find a way to incorporate what I learned into my art." http://tomjoynerfoundation.org/

Leroy Campbell (artist) "One of my greatest influences came from artist Jacob Lawrence. I found his work... intriguing, & thoroughly appreciated the Story-Telling Aspects of his art... During my childhood, I listened to the stories my elders shared, & learned about its importance in African American culture. I was inspired to find a way to incorporate what I learned into my art." http://tomjoynerfoundation.org/

Henry O. Tanner  November 12, 1900 African-American painter Henry O. Tanner was one of the 6,916 American exhibitors at the Paris Exposition which closed its gates on this day. Tanner won a silver medal for his entry.

Henry Ossawa Tanner was an American artist. He was the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim. He moved to Paris in 1891 to study, and decided to stay there, being readily accepted in French artistic circles.

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Robert Henri, Eva Green - I think I pinned this earlier, but such a sweet face!

Alma Thomas was an amazing artist! I really admire her work and enjoy sharing her as a mentor artist. She was the first African American woman at her university to earn a degree in fine arts in 1924 and continued painting until she died in 1978. Alma excelled in math and science and was inspired by the stars and the natural world around us.

new city arts: kindergarten autumn leaves fluttering in the breeze alma thomas?

Horace Pippin  Medium Painting Hometown Pennsylvania Mastery: Self-taught and dedicated to portraying the effects of slavery in the US, Horace Pippin typified the emerging American voice in...Read More

Horace Pippin Horace Pippin (February 1888 – July was a self-taught African-American painter. The injustice of slavery and American segregation figure prominently in many of his.

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