Art by African-American Artists

Selections from the 20th Century: A Resource for Educators

Lisa Gail Collins

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May 11, 2004
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ISBN: 9780300103687
Mixed media product

Published in association with The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This educational resource features twenty works by sixteen important African-American artists—including Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Horace Pippin, and Faith Ringgold—all represented in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each painting, drawing, photograph, sculpture, or multimedia work is reproduced in full color with biographical information about the artist, accompanied by a visual analysis and questions for classroom discussion. Also included are poems by African-American writers that provide additional context for studying these masterworks.

The boxed set includes a booklet containing background information, discussion questions, selected poetry, bibliographies, and resources, as well as two posters, twenty-four slides, and an audio CD featuring artists and poets speaking about and reciting their own work.

Lisa Gail Collins is an assistant professor in the art history department and the Africana Studies Program at Vassar College.

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS

Metropolitan Museum of Art Series
The Responsive Eye
Ralph T. Coe and the Collecting of American Indian Art

Ralph T. Coe; Foreword by Eugene V.

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Perspectives on American Sculpture Before 1925
The Metropolitan Museum of Art Symposia

Edited by Thayer Tolles

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Echoing Images
Couples in African Sculpture

Alisa LaGamma

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Christo and Jeanne-Claude
On the Way to The Gates, Central Park, New York City

Jonathan Fineberg; Photographs by Wolfgang Volz

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Light on Stone
Greek and Roman Sculpture in The Metropolitian Museum of Art: A Photographic Essay

Text by Elizabeth J.

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Leonardo da Vinci, Master Draftsman

Edited by Carmen C. Bambach et al.

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