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JACOB LAWRENCE, “The Swearing In,” 1977 (silkscreen). | Gift of Dr. Herbert J. Kayden and Family in memory of Dr. Gabrielle H. Reem, 2013.110. © 2015 The Jacob and Gwendolyn Lawrence Foundation, Seattle / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

African American artist Jacob Lawrence and wife, fellow artist Gwendolyn Knight. Lawrence referred to his style as “dynamic cubism”, though by his own account the primary influence was not so much French art as the shapes and colors of Harlem.

frrmsd: Illustrator: Willian Santiago “Kalemba” (An Artist With No Artform)

Romare Bearden: Family, 1986 http://www.flickr.com/photos/americanartmuseum/4405957637/in/set-72157623860986239/

In 1938 Palmer Hayden during the Harlem Renaissance, he created "Midsummer Night in Harlem". Hayden portrays this painting as a growing community comparing the Africans Americans back in the Harlem Renaissance as a growing community.

Howardena Pindell - Selected Art Works - Garth Greenan Gallery, War: The "L" Word, 1988 Chromogenic print 18 x 24 inches