A stronger soul within a finer frame: portraying African-Americans in the Black Renaissance
John Samuel Wright, Tracy E. Smith, University of Minnesota. University Art Museum, University of Minnesota. University Art Museum. Touring Exhibitions Program, University of Minnesota. Libraries. Special Collections
University Art Museum, University of Minnesota, 1990 - Art - 64 pages
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