A HISTORY OF FRANCE THROUGH ART By Jillian Powell Our past has been chronicled not only in words, but in art as well. This exciting series showcases important historical works of art as a springboard to examining the events that shaped great nations.
A HISTORY OF FRANCE THROUGH ART By Jillian Powell Our past has been chronicled not only in words, but in art as well. Marvelous color reproductions, accompanied by a fascinating narrative, reveal the high points of history in a most memorable and imaginative way. Open these colorful pages and gaze upon the masterpieces that have chronicled France's history through the ages.
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Truth radiates almost triumphantly from the depictions of black life in three new art books, each from a different er. The biographer Wil Haygood appropriates the poem’s opening line for the title of his new book, I Too Sing America: The Harlem Renaissance at 100, which accompanies a current exhibition at the Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio. Among the first works in this comprehensive survey - interweaving art with short biographies and thematic essays - are Malvin Gray Johnson’s portraits of a weary-looking Negro Soldier (1934) and Sailor (1933). The paintings are accompanied by an essay detailing the history of the Harlem Renaissance.