ARTH 491 - The Landscapes of Slavery
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Subject African American artists - Exhibitions
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Index to 19th Century Periodicals, 7 vols. (FA-REF N6510.S35 1999)
Lewis, S. African American Art and Artists (FA-REF N6538 .N5L38 1994)
Bearden, R. and Henderson, H. A History of African American Artists (FA-REF N6538 .N5B38 1993)
St. James Guide to Black Artists (FA-REF N40 .S78 1997)
Annual and Biennial Exhibition Record of the Whitney Museum of American Art, 1918-1989 (FA-REF N6512.A638 1991)
Exhibition Record of the National Academy of Design, 1861-1900, 2 vols.(FA-REF N6510.N38)
The Boston Art Club Record 1873-1909 (FA-REF N6510.C43 1991)
The Annual Exhibition Record of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, 3 vols. (FA-REF N6505.A64 1988)
Who Was Who in American Art, 1564-1975, 3 vols. (FA-REF N6536.W56 1999)
The National Museum of American Art's Index to American Art Exhibition Catalogues: From the Beginning through the 1876, 6 vols. (FA-REF N6507 .Y363 1986)
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