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Romare Bearden - The Magic Garden

Romare Bearden - The Magic Garden

Romare Bearden. Showtime.

Romare Bearden. Showtime.

Romare Bearden I love his collage works and his series of the northern migration.

Romare Bearden I love his collage works and his series of the northern migration.

Romare Bearden, Mother and Child

Romare Bearden, Mother and Child

"Bearden took snippets of Harlem life and shot them through with vivid images of the American South. His family moved from Mecklenburg, N.C., in 1914 when he was a toddler, and he grew up in the heart of the Harlem Renaissance. Bearden's mother was a dashing figure, a reporter for a leading black newspaper. Family friends included Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois and famous musicians who helped ignite Bearden's passion for jazz. One of Bearden's first patrons would Duke Ellington."

The Art of Romare Bearden

"Bearden took snippets of Harlem life and shot them through with vivid images of the American South. His family moved from Mecklenburg, N.C., in 1914 when he was a toddler, and he grew up in the heart of the Harlem Renaissance. Bearden's mother was a dashing figure, a reporter for a leading black newspaper. Family friends included Langston Hughes, W.E.B. DuBois and famous musicians who helped ignite Bearden's passion for jazz. One of Bearden's first patrons would Duke Ellington."

Duke Ellington & Louis Armstrong (circa 1970) by Romare Bearden

Duke Ellington & Louis Armstrong (circa 1970) by Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden, Circe  now touring as part of "A Black Odyssey"

Romare Bearden, Circe now touring as part of "A Black Odyssey"

Romare Beardon

Romare Beardon

"Visual artists Romare Bearden portrayed African-American life and culture in various artistic mediums. Bearden’s work as a cartoonist, painter, and collage artist spanned the Great Depression and post-Civil Rights Movement. Following his death in 1988, The New York Times wrote in its obituary of Bearden that he was “one of America’s most pre-eminent artists” and “the nation’s foremost collagist.” "

"Visual artists Romare Bearden portrayed African-American life and culture in various artistic mediums. Bearden’s work as a cartoonist, painter, and collage artist spanned the Great Depression and post-Civil Rights Movement. Following his death in 1988, The New York Times wrote in its obituary of Bearden that he was “one of America’s most pre-eminent artists” and “the nation’s foremost collagist.” "

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