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Lawrence was considered to be one of the leading artists of the Harlem Renaissance
He is known using African design and subject matter in his works.
Augusta Christine Savage
Savage was a sculptor who created busts of prominent African Americans.
Charles Henry Alston
An African-American painter, sculptor, illustrator, muralist who mentored Jacob Lawrence.
He is most famous for his colorful chronicling of the African-American experience during the 1920s and 1930s although he did not live in Harlem. This link is an oral interview with him.
Delaney gained a reputation as a pastel portraitist.
He was an African-American painter whose work became known during the Harlem Renaissance.
Selma was A gifted sculptor.
Movie pioneer Oscar Micheaux produced the first African-American feature film in 1919.
James was a superlative studio photographer.
Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance
Into Bondage, 1936
This site is a brief introduction to this exhibition by the Haywood Gallery in London.
Eye On Art: Art History Pages
The Harlem Renaissance exalted the unique culture of African-Americans and redefined African-American expression.
Oscar Michaeau's Body & Soul
This is Oscar Micheaux's 1925 silent film titled "Body & Soul."
Gamin, painted plaster sculpture by Augusta Savage, 1929; in the National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.
the Archives of American Art