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Promotion booklet written and designed by Leo Lionni, 1952 Source: The Daily Heller
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On October 6, 1964, at the height of the American civil rights movement, fifty-three-year-old Romare Bearden, a mature artist with a moderately successful career as a painter behind him, debuted nearly two dozen billboard-size, black-and-white, photographic enlargements of collages—Projections, he called them. Instead of the large abstract work he had been painting up to then, […]
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Jerry Thomas Jr. and Alan Avery may have engineered Atlanta’s single most significant black art exhibition ever this past weekend. Their unprecedented collaboration produced an historic cultural event for dozens of the city’s Who’s Who art aristocrats to admire and purchase rare original works by Romare Bearden, America’s preeminent African American artist.
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View Two Women (1981 - 1982) By Bearden Romare; Screenprint in colors; 23 x 14-1/8 inches (58.4 x 35.9 cm); Signed; Edition. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.
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This front and back note sheet, featuring full-color images and formatted notes, is designed specifically for 3-ring binders.
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Best known for the vibrant collages he began making in the 1960s, Romare Bearden also created paintings, prints and photographs in the course of a prolific and inventive career.
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Precision isn't the word most associated with the blues, but Romare Bearden's 1974 collage depicts Bessie Smith in a way that illuminates her expressiveness and her high level of artistic control.
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In the Garden by Romare Bearden -- Common Core Lesson: Self-Portrait: The Five W's
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