Negro Artists: An Illustrated Review of Their Achievements, Including Exhibition of Paintings by the late Malvin Gray Johnson and sculptures by Richmond Barthe and Sargent Johnson. Presented by the Harmon Foundation in cooperation with the Delphic Studios April 22 - May 4 1935, inclusive.
New York: Harmon Foundation Incorporated, 1935.
First edition. 60 pp. Bound in publisher's illustrated stapled self-wraps. Very Good+ with scuffing and light soiling to wraps. A rare guide to an important African American art and sculpture exhibit with many black and white photos of the work as well as the artists (Harlem Renaissance painter Malvin Gray Johnson, sculptors Richmond Barthe and Sargent Johnson) as well as news and notes. Item #140945022
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