African American Art: Harlem Renaissance, Civil Rights Era, and Beyond April 27 – Sept.

3, 2012 Checklist
1. Benny Andrews, born Madison, GA 1930-died New York City 2006 The Long Rows, 1966 oil on canvas 25 x 18 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the Andrews Humphrey Family Foundation 2. Benny Andrews, born Madison, GA 1930-died New York City 2006 Portrait of Black Madonna, 1987 oil and collage on canvas 36 x 48 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of the Andrews Humphrey Family Foundation 3. Richmond Barthe, born Bay St. Louis, MS 1901-died Pasadena, CA 1989 Blackberry Woman, modeled by 1930, cast 1932 bronze 35 1/2 x 12 1/4 x 16 1/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase through the Luisita L. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment 4. Romare Bearden, born Charlotte, NC 1912-died New York City 1988 In the Garden from the Prevalence of Ritual Suite, 1974 screenprint image: 36 x 29 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Byron Lewis 5. Romare Bearden, born Charlotte, NC 1912-died New York City 1988 John the Baptist from the Prevalence of Ritual Suite, 1974 screenprint image: 31 x 37 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Gift of Byron Lewis 6. John Biggers, born Gastonia, NC 1924-died Houston, TX 2001 Shotgun, Third Ward #1, 1966 tempera and oil on canvas 30 x 48 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum, Museum purchase made possible by Anacostia Museum, Smithsonian Institution

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Roy DeCarava. Gift of Gerald L. born Rockingham. born Plainfield. Roy DeCarava. and Mrs. 1944 oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. David K. New York. Claude Clark. Milmore Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. NJ 1910-died Boston. Emilio Cruz. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. Pearson 8. Martha Jackson Memorial Collection 10. Anderson. Gift of Mr.7. Anderson. Frederick Brown. 1973 acrylic on canvas 84 1/8 x 84 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1979 oil on canvas 84 x 60 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Civil Rights Era. David K. CA 2007 Resting. and Mrs. 1942-1943 oil on canvas 46 1/4 x 22 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Eldzier Cortor. born Richmond. 1949/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 7/8 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of Mr. Martha Jackson Memorial Collection 12. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Gittel. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. GA 1915-died Oakland. GA 1945 John Henry. VA 1916 Southern Gate. Milmore 13. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Graduation. 1936 oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 36 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. MA 2007 School's Out. New York. born Greensboro. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 2 of 14 . Transfer from The Museum of Modern Art 11. 1950/printed 1981 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 7/8 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born New York City 1938-died New York City 2004 Angola's Dreams Grasp Finger Tips. Gift of the Harmon Foundation 9. Allan Rohan Crite.

New York. Roy DeCarava. Manikin's Hand. Civil Rights Era. Roy DeCarava. 1956/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 10 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. 1946 oil on canvas 24 x 30 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Milmore 16. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Mississippi Freedom Marcher. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Two Women. Milmore 18. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 3 of 14 . France 1979 Can Fire in the Park. Washington. Milmore 17. Beauford Delaney. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. Roy DeCarava. DC. New York. Roy DeCarava. 1963/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 7/8 x 13 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1950/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 13 1/8 x 10 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1960/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 7/8 x 13 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. TN 1901-died Paris. Museum purchase made possible by Henry L. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Coltrane and Elvin. Museum purchase Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. New York. 1950/printed 1981 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 7/8 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Lingerie. Roy DeCarava. Milmore 19. Milmore 20. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Untitled. 1950/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. New York.14. born Knoxville. Milmore 15. born New York City 1919-died New York City 2009 Couple Dancing. Roy DeCarava.

born Baltimore. 1992 mixed media: enamel. D. MD 1936 South Capitol Street at M Street. 1972/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Freeman. June 1969.. Washington.21. Joseph Delaney. Gift of Joseph Delaney 22.C. Washington. Sr. Museum purchase through the Luisita L. Dalsheimer Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. born Houston. born Baltimore. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. Gift of George H. Roland L. Gift from the collection of Ron and June Shelp 23. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 4 of 14 . Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 24. MD 1936 400 Block of East Lorraine Avenue. born Baltimore. Freeman. MD 1936 Resting on the Goalpost. Dalsheimer 26. Maryland. D. 1972/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 11 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born New York City 1941 Untitled.. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. TX 1937 Tambo. September 1972. 1993 welded steel 28 1/8 x 25 1/4 x 22 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. unbraided canvas roping. Roland L.. and Franz H. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. AL 1928 Top of the Line (Steel). Gift of George H. Melvin Edwards. 1974 polyester resin/cast 19 5/8 diam. born Emelle. February 1972. Frederick Eversley. and metal on plywood 65 x 81 x 7 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Freeman. Thornton Dial. Roland L. TN 1991 Penn Station at War Time.C. 1969/printed1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. TN 1904-died Knoxville. x 6 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1943 oil on canvas 34 x 48 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Dalsheimer 27. Civil Rights Era. Gift of George H. East Baltimore. Museum purchase 25. born Knoxville.

June 1974. 1998 acrylic on canvas 60 x 50 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Illinois. 1974/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 1/8 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. PA 1919-died Stockholm. Gift of George H. Sunday Afternoon in Druid Hill Park. Dalsheimer 31. 1612 Aliceanna Street. born Baltimore. Freeman. born Baltimore. Gift of the Woodward Foundation Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. Sam Gilliam. December 1979. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. Stable Manager for Many Years of Diteman's Stable. Gift of George H. Roland L. Dalsheimer 33. Gift of George H. 1966 acrylic on canvas 36 1/4 x 36 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Roland L. August 1979. Roland L. Snow Hill. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 5 of 14 . MD 1936 Dancing at Jazz Alley. Chicago. Civil Rights Era. 1974.28. Baltimore. born Tupelo. MD 1936 Horse-drawn Cultivator. Freeman. Dalsheimer 30. MD 1936 Paul "Hots" Watkins. Sweden 2003 Our City. Freeman. Dalsheimer 29. MS 1933 Light Fan. Maryland. September 1973. Herbert Gentry. Freeman. 1974/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. born Pittsburgh. MD 1936 Bernice and Vernice Briddel. Mississippi. Dalsheimer 32. Gift of George H. Roland L. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. Bequest of the artist 34. born Baltimore. Roland L. Gift of George H. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. born Baltimore. MD 1936 Bikers Take a Break. 1973/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 x 13 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. East Baltimore. Maryland. from the series Southern Roads/City Pavements. born Baltimore. Maryland. Freeman. 1979/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 11 1/8 x 13 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1979/printed 1982 gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 11 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum.

MI 1948 Un Hijo de Yemayá/A Son of Yemayá (Hopkins. printed 1994 gelatin silver print sheet: 20 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born Detroit. MI 1948 Padre y Hijo/Father and Son (Isla de Boca Del Toro. Guatemala). Tony Gleaton. 1990. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 6 of 14 . Museum purchase Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. Museum purchase 41. 1992 gelatin silver print 14 x 14 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Civil Rights Era. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America". MI 1948 Peluquería/Barber Shop (Oaxaca. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America". African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. born Detroit. 1988. MI 1948 Sin Titulo/Untitled (Triunfo. born Detroit. born Detroit. born Detroit. MI 1948 Familia Del Mar/Family of the Sea (Livingston. Sam Gilliam. born Tupelo. Gift of the James F. Dicke Family 36. 1990 mixed media assembled: 96 x 60 x 32 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. from the series "Africa's Legacy in Mexico". MI 1948 Gina (Mexico) from the series "Africa's Legacy in Mexico".35. Tony Gleaton. Museum purchase 37. born Detroit. Tony Gleaton. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America". 1992. printed 1994 gelatin silver print 12 x 12 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America". Museum purchase 39. printed 1994 gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 10 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1992. Mexico). printed 1994 gelatin silver print sheet: 14 x 11 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Panama). Belize). Tony Gleaton. Tony Gleaton. Museum purchase 40. 1986. Museum purchase 38. MS 1933 The Petition. Tony Gleaton. Honduras). printed 1994 gelatin silver print 12 x 15 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum.

MI 1948 Hija Negra/Flor Blanca/Black Girl/White Flower (Mango Creek. Earlie Hudnall. born Hattiesburg. born Hattiesburg. Museum purchase 47. MS 1946 Just Thinking. 1990 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America" 1992. born Indianapolis.42. Jr. 1986 oil on linen 51 x 39 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1986 gelatin silver print sheet: 16 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase 44.. MI 1948 El Retorno de Odysseus/The Return of Ulysses (The Atlantic Coast. Jr. Earlie Hudnall. Earlie Hudnall. Jr... Museum purchase Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. born Hattiesburg. Fisher. from the series "Tengo Casi 500 Años: Africa's Legacy in Central America" 1992. Jr. born Detroit. born Hattiesburg. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. Felrath Hines. born Detroit. Earlie Hudnall. 1984 gelatin silver print sheet: 20 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. MD 1993 Red Stripe with Green Background. 1990 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Nicarauga). Tony Gleaton. printed 1994 gelatin silver print sheet: 20 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. MS 1946 Lady in Black Hat with Feathers. Gift of the artist 48. printed 1994 gelatin silver print sheet: 20 x 16 Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of the artist 46. MS 1946 The Guardian. Gift of Dorothy C. Civil Rights Era. Museum purchase 43. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 7 of 14 . Belize). IN 1913-died Silver Spring.. wife of the artist 45. Tony Gleaton. MS 1946 Street Champion.

Civil Rights Era.. Gift of the Harmon Foundation Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist.. the truest heroism. Earlie Hudnall. Museum purchase 50. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. and when to be obeyed. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 8 of 14 .. born Chicago.. 1993 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born Hattiesburg. IL 1935 Study for Richmond Cycle. 1975 chromed and welded steel 32 x 50 5/8 x 33 3/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Jr. Jr. Jr. Gift of Container Corporation of America 55. and burnished copper with wood edging 19 x 60 3/4 x 24 3/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. and the profoundest wisdom.. born Greensboro. born Hattiesburg. 1977 soldered. MS 1946 Miss Bow from Laurel. is to resist the doubt. born Greensboro. to know when it ought to be resisted. The Blithedale Romance. 1991 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1991 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Transfer from the General Services Administration. Jr. NC 1896-died New York City 1934 Self-Portrait. Richard Hunt."--Nathaniel Hawthorne. MS 1946 Just Us. Earlie Hudnall. Richard Hunt. Malvin Gray Johnson. IL 1935 "The greatest obstacle to being heroic is the doubt whether one may not be going to prove one's self a fool. 1934 oil on canvas 38 x 30 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Art-in-Architecture Program 54. Earlie Hudnall. born Chicago. Museum purchase 53. MS 1946 Hip Hop. Gift of the Harmon Foundation 56. born Hattiesburg. 1934 oil on canvas 38 1/4 x 30 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born Hattiesburg. bolted. Malvin Gray Johnson. Museum purchase 51. 1852.49. 1992 gelatin silver print sheet: 19 7/8 x 16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of the artist 52. NC 1896-died New York City 1934 Brothers. MS 1946 Looking Out. Earlie Hudnall. From the series Great Ideas.

William H. Transfer from the General Services Administration. Liberia. Civil Rights Era. Lois Mailou Jones. born Florence. NY). 1930-1935 copper on wood base 15 1/2 x 13 1/2 x 6 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Jamaica. MA 1887-died San Francisco. Art-in-Architecture Program Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. DC 1998 Moon Masque. MA 1905-died Washington. CA 1967 Mask. ca. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. 1941 gouache on paper 16 3/4 x 22 3/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. ca. SC 1901-died Central Islip. DC 1998 Self Portrait. Bequest of the artist 62. NJ 1917-died Seattle. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 9 of 14 . 1940 oil on burlap 38 1/2 x 45 5/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1940 oil on burlap 38 1/2 x 45 3/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Johnson. Gift of the Harmon Foundation 59. Jacob Lawrence. 1986 gouache on paper sheet: 30 x 22 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. NY 1970 Sowing. NY 1970 Early Morning Work. born Florence. Sargent Johnson. 1940 casein on board 18 1/4 x 15 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1983 acrylic on canvas 1/4 x 23 1/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. 1971 oil and collage on canvas 41 x 30 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of the Harmon Foundation 60. born Atlantic City. Johnson. DC 1998 Initiation. born Boston. MA 1905-died Washington. Gift of International Business Machines Corporation 58. born Boston. WA 2000 Community (study for mural. Lois Mailou Jones. born Boston. NJ 1917-died Seattle. Bequest of Henry Ward Ranger through the National Academy of Design 64. ca. Bequest of the artist 61. Lois Mailou Jones. born Boston. Jacob Lawrence. William H. MA 1905-died Washington. Bequest of the artist 63. SC 1901-died Central Islip. born Atlantic City. WA 2000 Bar and Grill.57.

from the project The Negro in Virginia. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. Museum purchase 68. from the project The Negro in Virginia.65. Robert McNeill. born Eustis. Robert McNeill. Norman Lewis. Bequest of Henry Ward Ranger through the National Academy of Design 66. from the project The Negro in Virginia. born Washington. DC 2005 Jet Age. 1938 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 x 8 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. DC 1917-died Washington. 1970 oil on canvas 33 x 36 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Norfolk. Museum purchase 71. Hughie Lee-Smith. 1962 oil on linen 50 1/4 x 64 1/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. DC 2005 Railroad Crossing Guard (Richmond. born Washington. DC 2005 Laborer (Stevedore Longshoreman. 1930s gelatin silver print sheet and image: 7 1/8 x 8 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born Washington. Museum purchase 70. DC 1917-died Washington. 1938 gelatin silver print sheet and image: 9 3/8 x 7 1/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase 69. NM 1999 Confrontation. from the project The Negro in Virginia. ca. Virginia). 1938 gelatin silver print sheet: 8 1/2 x 10 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. FL 1915-died Albuquerque. Robert McNeill. born New York City 1909-died New York City 1979 Evening Rendezvous. Museum purchase 67. DC 1917-died Washington. DC 1917-died Washington. born Washington. DC 2005 Spring Planting. from the project The Negro in Virginia. born Washington. Museum purchase Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. born Washington. Robert McNeill. 1930s gelatin silver print sheet: 8 1/8 x 10 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Robert McNeill. DC 2005 Untitled (Woman on a Bench). DC 2005 New Car (South Richmond. Virginia). 1938 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 x 8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase 72. DC 1917-died Washington. Civil Rights Era. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 10 of 14 . DC 1917-died Washington. Robert McNeill. Virginia).

Civil Rights Era. Alabama. DC 2005 Western Union Messenger (Norfolk. Museum purchase 74. Museum purchase made possible by the Luisita L. 170th Street. 1986 gelatin silver print sheet: 16 x 20 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Baba Ishangi Leads Exercise.73. DC 1917-died Washington. Grandma Anna's Funeral. 1938 gelatin silver print sheet: 8 x 10 inches. and Franz H. DC 1917-died Washington. 1981 gelatin silver print sheet: 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Marilyn Nance. Virginia). 1988 oil on canvas 62 x 69 3/16 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. from the project The Negro in Virginia 1938 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 x 8 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase made possible by the Luisita L. Birmingham. Museum purchase made possible by the Luisita L. born New York City 1953 Community Baptism. 1979 gelatin silver print sheet: 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Marilyn Nance. DC 2005 Make A Wish (Bronx Slave Market. New York). Robert McNeill. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 78. 1980 gelatin silver print sheet: 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born Linstead. Keith Morrison. Museum purchase through the Catherine Walden Myer Fund and the Director's Discretionary Fund 76. Museum purchase 75. image: 7 1/2 x 9 5/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Jamaica 1942 Zombie Jamboree. and Franz H. born Washington. born Washington. born New York City 1953 Great Aunts. born New York City 1953 Oyotunji Village/Yemoja Priests. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. born New York City 1953 The White Eagles/Black Indians of New Orleans. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 77. Marilyn Nance. and Franz H. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 79. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 11 of 14 . Marilyn Nance. Gift of the artist Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. Robert McNeill.

Marilyn Nance. Gordon Parks. Gordon Parks. born Fort Scott. Museum purchase through the Horace W. Gordon Parks. born New York City 1953 Holding Hands in Church. and Franz H. Goldsmith Foundation 85. KS 1912-died New York City 2006 Fort Scott. 1950 gelatin silver print sheet and image: 13 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase made possible by the Luisita L. 1989 gelatin silver print sheet: 16 x 20 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born New York City 1953 Haja Kali. KS 1912-died New York City 2006 Harlem--Gang Warfare. Shouting. 1948 gelatin silver print sheet and image: 12 1/4 x 10 3/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase through the Horace W. Civil Rights Era. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 12 of 14 . Brooklyn. Gift of the artist 84. Goldsmith Foundation Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. Marilyn Nance. and Franz H. Gift of the artist 83.80. J. born New York City 1953 Progressive Baptist Church. Museum purchase through the Horace W. Goldsmith Foundation 86. ca. Kansas. 1987 gelatin silver print sheet: 16 x 20 Smithsonian American Art Museum. KS 1912-died New York City 2006 Harlem. 1986 gelatin silver print sheet: 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase made possible by the Luisita L. Patterson Singers. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. New York. Marilyn Nance. Marilyn Nance. born Fort Scott. born Fort Scott. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 81. 1948/printed 1950s gelatin silver print sheet and image: 19 1/8 x 15 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 82. 1986 gelatin silver print sheet: 15 7/8 x 19 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. born New York City 1953 Baptism.

TX 2007 Thornbush Blues Totem. Denghausen Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 90. 1975 acrylic on canvas 27 1/2 x 81 3/4 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Museum purchase through the Luisita L. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. Civil Rights Era. Museum purchase made possible by Ralph Cross Johnson 93. Museum purchase 91. Transfer from the General Services Administration. 1991-1994 mixed media: carpet. Art-in-Architecture Program 92. 1968 acrylic on canvas 49 x 47 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of the artist Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. Gordon Parks. LA 1940-died Houston. born Fort Scott. born Philadelphia. painting. and cabinet with found and handmade objects overall: 67 1/2 x 60 x 50 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 13 of 14 . James A. Museum purchase made possible by Anacostia Museum. MD 1905-died Washington. chair. DC 1978 Light Blue Nursery. Charles Searles. 1949 oil on canvas 40 x 30 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. GA 1891-Washington. born Columbus. Porter. Smithsonian Institution 89. Renee Stout. born New Orleans. PA 1937-died New York City 2004 Celebration. born Baltimore. 1990 painted steel 97 3/4 x 63 1/2 x 37 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Goldsmith Foundation 88. 1935 oil on canvas 18 1/4 x 14 1/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. James A. DC 1970 Still Life with Peonies. KS 1958 The Colonel's Cabinet. John Scott. KS 1912-died New York City 2006 Ali Jumping Rope.87. 1966 gelatin silver print sheet and image: 13 3/8 x 9 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. MD 1905-died Washington. and Franz H. born Baltimore. Alma Thomas. Museum purchase through the Horace W. DC 1970 Soldado Senegales. born Junction City. Porter.

Bequest of the artist 95. Alma Thomas. 1973 acrylic on canvas 37 5/8 x 37 5/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. and Mrs. Lewton Smithsonian American Art Museum Checklist. 1929 gelatin silver print sight 9 x 7 1/2 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. African American Art: Harlem Renaissance. KY 1899-died New York City 1977 Field Workers. 1973 acrylic on canvas 60 x 54 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Gift of Mr. Jr. DC 1983 Studio Portrait of Young Man with Telephone. 100. and Mrs. born Mayfield. David K. Italy 1966 Enchanted Rider. DC 1983 Evening Attire. Gift of the Harmon Foundation 99. Martha Jackson Memorial Collection 96. Gift of Mr. 1961 oil on canvas 62 3/4 x 46 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. Bob Thompson. Morris. 1950 oil on linen 18 x 22 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. James VanDerZee. KY 1933 Untitled. Kenneth Victor Young. born Cairo. MA 1886-died Washington. Museum purchase through the Julia D. and Beyond 4/23/12/my Page 14 of 14 . born Columbus. Museum purchase through the Julia D. James VanDerZee. born Louisville. born Lenox. born Lenox. born Louisville. Hale Woodruff. 1922 gelatin silver print sheet: 10 x 8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. n. Ellis Wilson. oil on fiberboard: masonite 29 3/4 x 34 7/8 inches Smithsonian American Art Museum. DC 1978 Celestial Fantasy. MA 1886-died Washington. Anderson. Val E. Gift of Mr. IL 1900-died New York City 1980 Afro Emblems.d. Strong Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 97. Civil Rights Era. Strong Endowment and the Smithsonian Institution Collections Acquisition Program 98. GA 1891-Washington. KY 1937-died Rome. Alfred T.94.