Brief biographies and sample works by Romare Bearden, Claude Clark, Aaron Douglas, Clementine Hunter, William H. Johnson, Jacob Lawrence and Henry O. Tanner, hosted by the University of Southern California.
An online gallery of work by selected artists, with descriptions and bibliographies.
Kristy Amacker looks at the way African Americans used photographs to construct a middle class identity for themselves in the period between 1880 and 1920. It contrasts images of blacks in studio portraits to commercial or documentary images of them at the time.
The online version of an exhibit at Long Island University. Over 60 artists are on display with biography and sample works. Also includes a bibliography.
Visual art and writings of Onajídé Shabaka, with the occasional contributions of other artists or writers.
Photographs of African American rural schools and colleges, taken by Jackson Davis ca. 1910-1935 throughout the Southeast, now in the University of Virginia Library.
Artistic creations by Doc Settles. Featuring limited edition prints and other original works in pencil, charcoal, watercolors, acrylics and oil.
Best known for its African-American Artists Series of documentaries on the most important African-Americans in both art history and in the contemporary art scene.
Photos of Lenox Avenue, Sylvia's, Apollo Theater, Foxy Brown, Harlem homes, and the Broadway elevated subway.
A look at the life and works of the nineteenth century sculptor.