Five African American Artists, 1971
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(Nov 06, 2008)
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Experience the American Journey through our country's visual heritage in this historical recording provided by the National Archives of the United States.
INTRODUCES FIVE BLACK AMERICAN ARTISTS - CHARLES WHITE, A PAINTER IN LOS ANGELES; ROMARE BEARDEN, A NEW YORK PAINTER WHO USES COLLAGES AND CUT-OUTS; RICHARD HUNT, A SCULPTOR IN CHICAGO; BARBARA CHASE- RIBOUD, A SCULPTOR LIVING IN PARIS; AND BETTY BLAYTON, A PAINTER-COLLAGE ARTIST AND DIRECTOR OF THE MOMA ART SCHOOL IN HARLEM. ALL ARE ACCOMPLISHED ARTISTS.
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