This is one of the four panels Aaron Douglas painted for Aspects of Negro Life. This particular painting shows black silhouettes (which is Douglas’s signature style) in a two dimensional state. In the front row the dark silhouettes are working, digging, shoveling in the woods. The 2nd row of silhouettes are painted lighter than the first. This row shows the silhouettes playing music, we can see one silhouette playing the guitar and another playing a banjo. The third row, which is painted grey, shows the silhouettes dancing to the music. The color scheme for the painting is Analogous. Douglas liked to use natural color or hues that where similar to each other.