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The Art of Romare Bearden:

by Ruth E. Fine

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  • 25 Currently reading

Published by Harry N. Abrams .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Individual Artist,
  • Bearden, Romare,,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • Art / Individual Artist,
  • Collections, Catalogs, Exhibitions - General,
  • 1911-1988,
  • Exhibitions

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages346
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7998596M
    ISBN 100810946408
    ISBN 109780810946408

    FROM THE BOOK "The best shape with which to think of Romare Bearden's relationship to the modernist tradition is a triangle. Embracing the everyday world of African American life as his primary subject matter, Bearden established a commitment to modernist principles at the very outset of his career by making stylistic and iconographic choices that rejected academic naturalism. Bearden's central themes—religion, jazz and blues, history, literature, and the realities of black life—endured throughout his remarkable career in watercolors, oils, and especially collages and photomontages from the s through the s. The Art of Romare Bearden loan packet includes: an page booklet with related teaching activities.

    By the time of his death in , Romare Bearden was most widely celebrated for his large-scale public murals and collages, which were reproduced in such places as Time and Esquire to symbolize and evoke the black experience in America. As Mary Schmidt Campbell shows us in this definitive, defining, and immersive biography, the relationship between art and race was central to his life and work.   texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top The art of Romare Bearden by Bearden, Romare, Publication date Topics Bearden, Romare, -- Exhibitions PublisherPages:

    Li'l Dan, the Drummer Boy: A Civil War Story by Bearden, Romare and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at My Hands Sing the Blues: Romare Bearden’s Childhood Journey – Romare Bearden’s art is perfect for kids. Your kids will love this sweet story about a young Bearden observing the world through the train. The book ties together history, art, and music!


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This book was published on the occasion of a major retrospective of Romare Bearden's work at the National Gallery of Art. The lead essay by curator Ruth Fine deftly navigates Bearden's multifaceted artistic and The Art of Romare Bearden: book life, a collage inspired by a world of cultural influences from the rural lore of North Carolina to Buddhism.5/5(10).

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The Art of Romare Bearden: The Prevalence of Author: Romare Bearden. "A preeminent artist of his generation, Romare Bearden () lived and worked during a period of extraordinary ferment in American society and American art.

The diversity of his oeuvre--including works in collage and photomontage; watercolor, oil, and monotype; designs for the stage and book illustrations; and edition prints--reflects the excitement and turmoil of his time/5(5).

One of America's most innovative artists, Romare Bearden () made colorful and passionate images that reflected his life in a time of creative ferment/5.

The Art of Romare Bearden - Romare Bearden - Google Books Romare Bearden () was one of America's great artistic innovators, blazing his own trail in a time of turbulent cultural change.

With a powerful foreword by Nobel laureate Derek Walcott and stunning visual reproductions of select Bearden masterpieces, this anthology fuses art and literature, standing as a testament to Romare Bearden’s power and influence in the contemporary artistic world/5. The Art of Romare Bearden A Resource for Teachers Division of Education National Gallery of Art, Washington Mailing address: B South Club Drive Landover, MD The Art of Romare Bearden A Resource for Teachers National Gallery of Art, Washington Cover ss 11/6/03 PM Page 1File Size: 2MB.

Inan exhibition entitled Romare Bearden, Odysseus at Cordier and Ekstrom Gallery in New York, included paintings inspired by classical themes.

Taken from the Homeric legends, these paintings incorporated larger and fewer collage elements, flat shapes of objects and people, and emphasized a single color such as blue or : Approximately paintings, collages, and works on paper by Romare Bearden, one of the premier American artists of the 20th century, are on view in 'The Art of Romare Bearden.' The exhibition, organized by the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., is the largest retrospective of Bearden's work ever assembled.

Bearden's oeuvre includes book and poster illustrations, and he designed costumes and sets for the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, and programs, sets, and costumes for Nanette Bearden's Contemporary Dance Theatre.

She can show Romare Bearden as an extraordinary 20th century modernist and, at the same time, discuss the networks of colleagues and the lifelong study that enriched his singular art.

Washington, DC—The Art of Romare Bearden, the most comprehensive retrospective ever assembled of the large and diverse body of work by one of America's preeminent 20th-century artists, will be presented by the National Gallery of Art in its East Building, Septem - January 4, Approximately works will explore the complexity and scope of the artist's evolution and will.

This book was published on the occasion of a major retrospective of Romare Bearden's work at the National Gallery of Art. The lead essay by curator Ruth Fine deftly navigates Bearden's multifaceted artistic and personal life, a collage inspired by a world of cultural influences from the rural lore of North Carolina to Buddhism.5/5.

The Art of Romare Bearden Many artists and art historians consider Romare Bearden one of America's most important and inventive artists.

But he's hardly a. After serving in World War II, Romare Bearden returned to his art, which displayed an increasing abstract style. In he exhibited a series of Cubist inspired watercolor and oil paintings titled Born: The Romare Bearden Reader brings together a collection of new essays and canonical writings by novelists, poets, historians, critics, and playwrights.

The contributors, who include Toni Morrison, Ralph Ellison, August Wilson, Farah Jasmine Griffin, and Kobena Mercer, contextualize Bearden's life and career within the history of modern art, examine the influence of jazz and literature on his.

The Art of Romare Bearden Ruth E. Fine, Author, Jacqueline Francis, With, Rocio Aranda-Alvarado, With ABRAMS $50 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author. Me and Uncle Romie is a fictional book by Claire Hartfield that discusses the life of Romare Bearden told by his nephew, James.

In the story, James found out that he would be staying with his uncle, who he had never met, until his mom gave birth to his younger brother and sister/5.

Known for his rich, complex collage works that depict large-scale themes via African-American subjects, Romare Bearden () drew inspiration from myriad cultural influences--from historical and modern art to music and literature.

Romare Bearden was not an artist’s artist, but one thoroughly engaged with his own experiences and contemporary America. He used scraps of coloured paper, old magazines and found objects in his famous collages, and, like fellow New York collagists Robert Rauschenberg and Jasper Johns, his work reflected the mishmash of cultures in 20th century America — flotsam and jetsam forming something Author: Barbara Speed."In addition to reproducing examples of Bearden's well-known collages, photostats, and watercolors, The Art of Romare Bearden includes paintings in gouache and oil, murals, book illustrations, costume designs, and his only known sculpture.

Much of this art has been culled from private collections and is .The art of Romare Bearden User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. During the next two years, a major retrospective exhibition of Romare Bearden's work will travel from the National Gallery in Washington, DC, to San Francisco, Dallas, New York, and Atlanta.