This article lists out different artists during 1920's. Each artists are quoted and have their own background and an example of their art. An example of this is Aaron Douglas, who was best known for the "New Negro" philosophy and in addition, he was also known for paintings that connected back to African culture.
This article talks about the Harlem Renaissance and how it is a movement for African American artists to embrace their culture. Also mentioning the philosophy of "New Negro", which is the curiosity to study the history of black culture. This article also provides many examples of African American poets and artists.
The Harlem Renaissance paintings had become huge during that time, where no African American artists had tried to connect to their African culture. This had changed and described how Meta Warrick Fuller had already anticipated this and created a sculpture called "Ethiopia Awakening" in 1914.
This article describes the effects of art and other factors during the Harlem Renaissance, which explains that art is bold and colorful to represent "educated" African Americans illustrated doing positive activities such as dancing. In addition, this article included the importance of poets, such as Langston Hughes.
Jazz music and other arts have been influential in the Harlem Renaissance in order to develop an individual's black identity. In addition, jazz would gather people around to hear, creating a community that supports one another and their ideals of connecting to their culture. Jazz spread around the world and even now, jazz is still being played.
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