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Jacob Lawrence, Druck "Marktszene".

Jacob Lawrence, Druck "Marktszene".

By Chrysler Museum of Art

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Druck, der Jacob Lawrences Marktszene reproduziert, in der ständigen Sammlung des Chrysler Museum of Art. Vorgestellt in der Chrysler-Ausstellung Black Orpheus: Jacob Lawrence and the Mbari Club .

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    Product Details

    • Fits an 11 × 14 inch frame (sold separately)
    • Printed on archival acid-free paper
    • Ships flat
    • Product type: Print
    • Shipping Dimensions: 11.0 × 14.0 × 0.125 inches
      (27.9 × 35.6 × 0.3 cm)
    • Shipping Weight: 1.0 lb (16.0 oz; 454 g)
    • SKU010007920

    About the Artist, Jakob Lawrence

    Jacob Lawrence was a remarkable African-American artist known for his vibrant paintings and his powerful storytelling. He was born on September 7, 1917, in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Growing up in the vibrant Harlem neighborhood of New York City during the 1920s, he was surrounded by a rich mix of culture and creativity that would shape his art.

    From a young age, Jacob loved to draw and paint. He used art to express his thoughts and feelings about important issues like racism, social justice, and history. He believed that art could be a powerful way to tell stories and bring attention to important topics.

    One of Jacob's most famous works is a series of paintings called "The Migration Series." This series tells the story of the Great Migration, when many African-Americans moved from the southern United States to the northern cities in search of better opportunities. Jacob used bold colors and simple shapes to capture the struggles and triumphs of this movement.

    In 1941, at just 24 years old, Jacob Lawrence became the first African-American artist to have his work displayed in a major New York City art gallery. This was a huge achievement and marked the beginning of his successful career.

    Jacob's art style was unique and easily recognizable. He used bright colors and strong lines to create lively scenes that drew people in. He often painted everyday life, showing people at work, at play, and coming together as a community.

    Throughout his life, Jacob Lawrence taught art and inspired many young artists. He believed in the importance of art education and giving back to the community. He also continued to paint and exhibit his work, gaining recognition and awards for his contributions to the art world.

    Jacob Lawrence's art not only showcased his incredible talent but also gave a voice to important social issues. He used his creativity to make a difference, encouraging conversations about race, history, and equality.

    On June 9, 2000, Jacob Lawrence passed away, leaving behind a legacy of groundbreaking art and a commitment to justice. His work continues to inspire artists and viewers alike, reminding us that art can be a powerful tool for change.

    In conclusion, Jacob Lawrence was a visionary artist who used his paintings to tell stories, spark conversations, and make a positive impact on society. His dedication to his craft and his commitment to social issues make him a true icon in the world of art.

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