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The Painted Sounds of Romare Bearden

Romare Bearden: Brass Section
Romare Bearden: Brass Section

Romare Bearden. Brass Section 1979. Lithograph, 60.96 x 84.45 cm.
30 Aug 1997 – 28 Sep 1997

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Romare Bearden's art affirms black cultural heritage and its place in North American culture. The African-American artist (19141988) grew up in Harlem, New York, during the Harlem Renaissance. Active in the civil rights movements of the 1960s, he began at this time to make the collages that brought him critical recognition.

This exhibition was circulated by Heritage Canada's International Exhibitions Program.

An Educator’s Guide to the Collage of Romare Bearden(Out of stock)

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