Fine art by various Negro artists at display in prominent Negro homes in the United States.
United States USA Date:1937 Duration:2 min 13 sec Sound:NO SOUND
A study of Negro artists in sculpture, photography, painting, sketching, etching, writing and on antique in the United States. Candles on a stand are being lit by a person. Fine art display in prominent Negro homes includes the Governor's House in Tangier by Henry Ossawa Tanner, an African American artist, etchings by Albert Alexander Smith. A man brings a box and a woman takes out a sculpture. A man and a woman display the Sammy sculpted by Sargent Claude Johnson, a Californian African American artist.
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