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Armel Beaufils   - Frauenbüste, um 1932

Armel Beaufils - Frauenbüste, um 1932

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Portrait bust by Augusta Savage

Lenox, Harlem Renaissance at Replacements, Ltd

Lady Blue, Harlem Renassance Figurine, by Lenox, New in Box

Works by Harlem Renaissance sculptor RIchmond Barthe

Thirty works by Harlem Renaissance sculptor RIchmond Barthé are now showing at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens

Harlem Renaissance guest attire

Vintage Pattern Lending Library - not sure how this works. From bathing suits to wedding dresses. The photo is Fish Tail Evening Gowns.

“Gamin” by Augusta Savage | African American sculpture

Augusta Savage was a famous sculptor of the Harlem Renaissance. This sculpture is known as "Gamin". It is actually a bust inspired by her nephew. This piece earned her a big break in the art industry photography

"Gwendolyn Bennett was born in Giddings, Texas in 1902. Raised firmly in the black middle class, she attended Columbia University briefly before graduating from Pratt Institute in 1924. She then became an instructor in design at Howard University, worked as an editor at the African American magazine Opportunity, and was one of the founders of the short-lived but critically important New Negro magazine Fire!!..."

Gwendolyn Bennett was a great poet and artist Date: Tue, Gwendolyn Bennett was born on this date in She was an African American poet, essayist, short-story writer, and artist who was a vital figure in the Harlem Renaissance.

augusta savage | Augusta Savage (1892-1962) - Artists - Michael Rosenfeld Art

Augusta Savage -Augusta Savage is known for her portrait busts of famous men as well as ordinary people in the African American community. Here, she has chosen to portray a young, innocent Negro American girl, Leonore.