Courtesy of Clark Atlanta University Art Collection
Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) is one of the most celebrated African American artists to date. In this image, Lawrence found inspiration in the Harlem community where he was raised. He used what he saw around him every day to document the people, street scenes, movement, color, sounds, and spirit of the community.
Painting by Jacob Lawrence
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