Harlem Renaissance: Art of Black America
David C. Driskell, David L. Lewis
Harry N. Abrams, Feb 1, 1994 - Art - 200 pages
In the 1920s, Harlem was the capital of Black America and home to an epochal African-American cultural flowering called the Harlem Renaissance. This book presents the work of the most important visual artists of the day, including Meta Warrick Fuller, Aaron Douglas and Palmer Hayden.
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