Life Living in the Harlem Reinassance
Richard Barthe' was a famous African American sculptor during the Harlem Renaissance. This sculpture is the head of an African dancer. His sculptures are actors, dancers, writers, and artists.
Checkers was an activity African Americans played while living in Harlem.
This is the Marcus Garvey parade held annually on the Saturday before his birthday.
Blue's is a popular form of music that combines instrumental rhythms and expressive vocals.
Palmer C. Hayden was a known painter, who painted narrative scenes from New York's Urban life, like this one.
African American night life during the Harlem Renaissance.
This is a club that African Americans would go to at night to be social, listen to music, and dance
African Americans waking up early every morning to go to work in factories.
Summer nights in the Harlem neighborhood. It was a very crowded place because all African Americans living in New York lived in Harlem ranging from low class to high class.
African Americans attendant the Trinity Church located in Harlem
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Smithsonian American Art Museum
The Art Institute of Chicago
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
The Museum of African American Art
SCAD Museum of Art
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