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Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance
This site provides an introduction to the exhibition Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance, curated by David A. Bailey and Richard J. Powell and organized
by the Hayward Gallery, London, in collaboration with the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., and the Institute of International Visual Arts (inIVA). The website combines
images and text to elaborate on some of the key themes in the exhibition.

ArtLex: Harlem Renaissance
An overview of the Harlem Renaissance with links to many examples is provided by the the ArtLex online dictionary, created by art educator Michael Delahunt.

Artcyclopedia: Jacob Lawrence
This commercial fine art search engine provides listings of the artist's works in museums and image galleries, as well as links to websites and articles.

Artcyclopedia: The Harlem Renaissance
Artcyclopedia offers a list of many artists of the Harlem Renaissance with links to related sites.

Getty ArtsEdNet: Jacob Lawrence, Storyteller
Presented by the Getty Museum, this teaching resource is comprised of three interdisciplinary lessons that touch upon the ways in which Jacob Lawrence tells stories. It encourages
students to think, write, research, and create their own works based on what they learn.

Harlem Renaissance: Pivotal Period in the Development of Afro-American Culture
By Caroline Jackson, Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute, this is a study of the development of Afro-American culture, the period of the 1920s known as the Harlem or Negro Renaissance.

Mark Harden's Artchive: Jacob Lawrence
Images, a biography, and a bibliography are presented here by Mark Harden's Artchive.

The Lawrence Foundation
The Lawrence Foundation was established in 2000 to serve, in part, as an educational resource on the art of Jacob and Gwendolyn Knight Lawrence. News and exhibition information,
educational resources, biographical information, images, and related links can be found on this site.

Library of Congress : William H. Johnson : Street Musicians
William H. Johnson, considered a major American artist, he is known primarily for his narrative, expressive style, and intense colors, Johnson's best-known work depicts
the lifestyles of African Americans in urban and rural areas in the first half of the twentieth century. offers books and other materails related to the Harlem Renaissance in Art History.

WorldCat : Harlem Renaissance
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