The Harmon and Harriet Kelley Collection of African-American Art: Works on Paper

June 6, 2009August 23, 2009

See the works of more than fifty African-American artists from the late 1800s to the early years of this century. Drawn from one of the most esteemed private collections of works by African-American artists, this special exhibition features over ninety works by such luminaries as Elizabeth Catlett, William H. Johnson, and Charles White.

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Mr. Pearson, please email curatorial@cartermuseum.org for the contact information. Thank you.

i am a painter and i am interested in contact information for the harmon collection, can you help me?

I have an original oil painting of Richard W. Dempsey entitled "Cartagena Architectual" that I'm interested in selling. I would like to get in contact with any serious collector of his work.
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Hi J. Beaty, That is the work of Jacob Lawrence (1917–2000).

What an amazing collection! I'm so grateful to the Kelley family for sharing these works. And, thank you Amon Carter for the exhibit.

I'm so excited about this exhibit, I can't wait to see it!! I know I'm going to love it, Art speaks to me like nothing else I've ever experienced.

I visited the museum on Saturday, Aug. 1. The first set of work about L'Ouverturre & the Haitian revolution - who was the artist? Thanks.

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