Art of Richard Mayhew : a critical analysis with interviews / Janet Berry Hess.

African American and American Indian artist Richard Mayhew was a pivotal member of the movement headed by Romare Bearden, consisting of the most important black artists of the Abstract Expressionist era. Bearden's association, Spiral, was formed as a visual response to the March on Washington....

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Main Author: Hess, Janet Berry.
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Language:English
Published:Jefferson : McFarland & Company, 2014.
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520 |a African American and American Indian artist Richard Mayhew was a pivotal member of the movement headed by Romare Bearden, consisting of the most important black artists of the Abstract Expressionist era. Bearden's association, Spiral, was formed as a visual response to the March on Washington. Mayhew associated with Jackson Pollock, Robert Motherwell, and Bearden, and formed alliances with such African American artists as Faith Ringgold, Norman Lewis, Ed Clark, and Emma Amos; his work is exhibited in major collections and museums throughout the world. This book explores his art but also discus. 
505 0 |a Cover -- Acknowledgments -- Table of Contents -- Preface -- Introduction -- Part I: The Life and Art -- Chapter One: Origins, Influence and Diaspora -- Chapter Two: "Shadows in the Trees": Art Movements and Critical Reception -- Chapter Three: "He Just Came Off the Reservation": Native and African American Art and the Civil Rights Movement -- Chapter Four: "Forty, Forty, Forty": Creative Consciousness, Landscape and the Sense of "Place" -- Chapter Five: Collectors and Students -- Between pages 88 and 89 are 12 plates containing 33 color images Five: Collectors and Students -- Part II: Interviews -- Chapter Six: Conversations, 2003-2007 -- Chapter Seven: Mayhew on Selected Topics, 2012 -- Afterword -- Chapter Notes -- Bibliography -- Index. 
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