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Norman Lewis
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Natl Endowment for the Arts (May 1, 1989)
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by Kenkeleba Gallery. New York, NY: Kenkeleba House In. 1989. Softback is overall in VERY GOOD condition. Illustrated cover features a color painting by Norman Lewis. Wraps show some signs of edgewear and shelfwear.

by Kenkeleba Gallery. Spine has white text against a greenish blue background. Spine edges have slight scuffing and indents.

Norman Lewis: From the Harlem Renaissance to Abstraction' Kenkeleba Gallery 214 East Second Street . They may be placed at an angle so they do not fit the canvas. The paintings may incorporate found objects like driftwood.

Norman Lewis: From the Harlem Renaissance to Abstraction' Kenkeleba Gallery 214 East Second Street Through June 25. The 60 paintings in this provocative show - organized by Corrine Jennings of Kenkeleba House - begin with Norman Lewis's Social Realism of the 1930's and end with his spare abstractions shortly before his death in 1979. The result is the kind of dialogue between actual landscape and s-object that has a familiar hipness.

Norman Wilfred Lewis (July 23, 1909 – August 27, 1979) was an American painter, scholar, and teacher. Lewis, who was African-American (of Bermudian descent), was associated with abstract expressionism, and used representational strategies to focus on black urban life and his community's struggles. Norman Wilfred Lewis was born on July 23, 1909 in New York, New York.

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Norman Lewis: from the Harlem Renaissance to abstraction. Wangechi Mutu: the Cinderella curse. Gallery of Savannah College of Art and Design, Atlanta, 9 May – 22 July 2007; . col. illus. Kenkeleba Gallery, New York, 10 May – 25 June 1989; 72. Over the line: the art of Jacob Lawrence. Wifredo Lam. Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, 21 Jan.

Norman Wilfred Lewis was born in Harlem, New York to Bermudian parents. Harlem is known for its art and music, but this exhibition featured no self-representation of that from the neighborhood

Norman Wilfred Lewis was born in Harlem, New York to Bermudian parents. Always interested in art, he had amassed a large art history library by the time he was a young man. A lifelong resident of Harlem, he also traveled extensively during the two years that he worked on ocean freighters. Harlem is known for its art and music, but this exhibition featured no self-representation of that from the neighborhood. Instead, it was composed of photographs that a non-Harlemite photographer took of the people who lived there.

Spanish Adventure by Norman Lewis 1935 First Printing.

New York, Dodd, Mead Norman Lewis, from the Harlem Renaissance to abstraction : May 7, 1989-June 25, 1989, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York

New York, Dodd, Mead Norman Lewis, from the Harlem Renaissance to abstraction : May 7, 1989-June 25, 1989, Kenkeleba Gallery, New York. New York : The Gallery, 1989 Norris Wright Cuney : a tribune of the Black people, Maud Cuney Hare introduction by Tera W. Hunter. Hall London : Prentice Hall International, c1995 North of slavery the Negro in the free States, 1790-1860. University of Chicago Press North of slavery : the Negro in the free states, 1790-1860, Leon F. Litwack.