Henry Ossawa Tanner.
Profusely illustrated, an important exhibition catalog on Henry Ossawa Tanner, the first Black American artist to attain international distinction. Born in Pennsylvania, Tanner is known “not only for his early studies of Negro life, but for his landscapes and, more especially, his biblical paintings, which illustrate the fully developed poetic and mystical qualities of his work.” (Marcia M. Mathews)
Description: Henry Ossawa Tanner.
Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, . 308 pages. Large quarto. Softcover, color pictorial wraps. Minor foxing to fore-edge and a few pages; invisible owner’s blind-stamp; very good.
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