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Celebrating Art in Black History (Jacob Lawrence)

“"Somebody better sew, sew, sew." Jacob Lawrence Artists - Born September 1917 in Atlantic City NJ”

Jacob Lawrence from the Migration Series

Jacob Lawrence: Migration Series No. 57 "Escape to Freedom" [Unknown Size] Tempera on hardboard

"In many places, because of the war, food had doubled in price." (1940-41)  "For Lawrence the series was a single work, and he wanted it exh...

"The Great Migration Series" Panel no. "In many places, because of the war, food had doubled in price" by American artist Jacob Lawrence Casein tempera on hardboard, 18 x 12 in. via the Phillips Collection

Lawrence Art Projects for Kids:  The abstract art of contemporary American artist, Jacob Lawrence, enhances Black History Month. His art of bright patterns and shapes portrayed life in America through the eyes of this artist. The beginning and intermediate student artists explore tool shapes and the advanced artists create a cityscape.

Jacob Lawrence - Curriculum & Art Projects for Kids Art Elements Taught Shape Art Activity Emphasis Abstract Shapes, Depth and Overlapping Student Art

Jacob Lawrence, 'Watchmaker,' 1946, ICA Boston

Andrea Andersson is the Visual Arts Curator of the Contemporary Art Center New Orleans, the multi-disciplinary arts center dedicated to the presentation, production and promotion of work by living artists. See her favorite exhibits this season:

jacob lawrence | Jacob Lawrence, Dreams No. 2 , 1965

cavetocanvas: “Jacob Lawrence, Dreams No. 1965 From the Smithsonian American Art Museum: “ Jacob Lawrence was inspired by the women in his Harlem neighborhood. Like his own mother, they worked hard.