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Published on October 21, 2007

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The Harlem Renaissance 1920s & 1930s:  The Harlem Renaissance 1920s & 1930s Background/Photos:  Background/Photos The Silent Protest (1):  The Silent Protest (1) The Silent Protest (2):  The Silent Protest (2) The Publications (1):  The Publications (1) The Publications (2):  The Publications (2) Lafayette Theatre:  Lafayette Theatre Harlem Writers & Intellectuals:  Harlem Writers & Intellectuals Arna Bontemps:  Arna Bontemps Countee Cuellen:  Countee Cuellen Claude McKay:  Claude McKay James Weldon Johnson:  James Weldon Johnson Longston Hughes:  Longston Hughes Jean Toomer:  Jean Toomer Nella Larsen:  Nella Larsen Jora Neale Hurston :  Jora Neale Hurston UNIA Parade:  UNIA Parade Harlem Renaissance Artists:  Harlem Renaissance Artists Henry Ossawa Tanner 1859-1937:  Henry Ossawa Tanner 1859-1937 The Seine C. 1902:  The Seine C. 1902 The Banjo Lesson:  The Banjo Lesson Two Disciples at the Tomb:  Two Disciples at the Tomb Palmer Hayden 1890-1973:  Palmer Hayden 1890-1973 We Four in Paris:  We Four in Paris Jeunesse:  Jeunesse Blue Nile:  Blue Nile The Big Bend Turnnel:  The Big Bend Turnnel Midsummer Night in Harlem 1938:  Midsummer Night in Harlem 1938 Midnight at a Crossroads:  Midnight at a Crossroads Michie Statium:  Michie Statium Carousel Wharf, Boothbay Harbor:  Carousel Wharf, Boothbay Harbor African Village 1932:  African Village 1932 African Street Scene 1932:  African Street Scene 1932 The Execution of NIRA 1935:  The Execution of NIRA 1935 The Janitor who Paints 1939/40:  The Janitor who Paints 1939/40 The Seine at St. Cloud:  The Seine at St. Cloud There Lies that Steel Driven Man 1944/47:  There Lies that Steel Driven Man 1944/47 Concarneau’s New Look 1960:  Concarneau’s New Look 1960 The Session 1970:  The Session 1970 Parisian Landscape 1928:  Parisian Landscape 1928 Baptizing Day 1945:  Baptizing Day 1945 Archibald J. Motley 1891-1981:  Archibald J. Motley 1891-1981 Mending Socks 1924:  Mending Socks 1924 Nightlife 1943:  Nightlife 1943 Cocktails 1926:  Cocktails 1926 Tongues 1929:  Tongues 1929 Café Paris 1929:  Café Paris 1929 Brown Girl after the Bath 1931:  Brown Girl after the Bath 1931 Blues 1931 :  Blues 1931 Myself at Work 1933:  Myself at Work 1933 Getting Religion 1948:  Getting Religion 1948 Barbecue 1960:  Barbecue 1960 Hot Rhythm 1961:  Hot Rhythm 1961 Black Belt:  Black Belt Aaron Douglas 1898-1979:  Aaron Douglas 1898-1979 The Unknown 1924:  The Unknown 1924 Rise, Shine for Thy Light Has Come 1924:  Rise, Shine for Thy Light Has Come 1924 Sahdi: Tribal Women 1925:  Sahdi: Tribal Women 1925 The Creation 1927:  The Creation 1927 Study for Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting 1934:  Study for Aspects of Negro Life: The Negro in an African Setting 1934 Aspects of Negro Life: from Slavery thru. Reconstruction:  Aspects of Negro Life: from Slavery thru. Reconstruction Aspects of Negro Life: from Slavery thru. Reconstruction:  Aspects of Negro Life: from Slavery thru. Reconstruction Aspects of Negro Life: An Idyll of the Deep South 1930s:  Aspects of Negro Life: An Idyll of the Deep South 1930s Into Bondage 1936:  Into Bondage 1936 Aspirations:  Aspirations Song of Towers 1934:  Song of Towers 1934 William Henry Johnson 1901-1970:  William Henry Johnson 1901-1970 Self-Portrait 1929:  Self-Portrait 1929 Chain Gane:  Chain Gane Mount Calvary :  Mount Calvary Lamentation:  Lamentation Swing Low Sweet Chariot:  Swing Low Sweet Chariot Young Pastry Cook :  Young Pastry Cook Street Life – Harlem 1939-40:  Street Life – Harlem 1939-40 Lois Mailou Jones 1905-1998:  Lois Mailou Jones 1905-1998 Buddha 1927:  Buddha 1927 Fishing Smack, Menemsha, Massachusetts 1932:  Fishing Smack, Menemsha, Massachusetts 1932 Notre-Dame de Paris 1932:  Notre-Dame de Paris 1932 The Japanese Garden 1927:  The Japanese Garden 1927 Textile Design for Cretonne 1928:  Textile Design for Cretonne 1928 Negro Shack, Sedalia, North Carolina 1930:  Negro Shack, Sedalia, North Carolina 1930 The Green Apples 1938:  The Green Apples 1938 Jennie 1943:  Jennie 1943 Les Fitches:  Les Fitches Jardin du Luzenbourg:  Jardin du Luzenbourg Ethiopian Boy 1948:  Ethiopian Boy 1948 Jacob Lawrence 1917-2000:  Jacob Lawrence 1917-2000 The Migration Series, Panel No.10 ‘There were very Poor’ 1940/41:  The Migration Series, Panel No.10 ‘There were very Poor’ 1940/41 The Migration Series, Panel No.57 ‘The Female Worker’ 1940/41:  The Migration Series, Panel No.57 ‘The Female Worker’ 1940/41 Tombstones 1942:  Tombstones 1942 Pool Parlor 1942 :  Pool Parlor 1942 This is Harlem 1943:  This is Harlem 1943 War Series: Victory 1947:  War Series: Victory 1947 Man with Flowers 1954 :  Man with Flowers 1954 The Street 1957:  The Street 1957 The Library 1960:  The Library 1960 Self-Portrait 1977:  Self-Portrait 1977 Charles Alston:  Charles Alston Girl in a Red Dress 1934:  Girl in a Red Dress 1934 Sargent Johnson:  Sargent Johnson Copper Mask:  Copper Mask Forever Free:  Forever Free Lexox Avenue:  Lexox Avenue

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