The Website provides a guide to the art
of the Harlem Renaissance with paintings by such noted artists as Jacob
Lawrence, Aaron Douglas, Archibald J. Motley Jr.,
and others. Rhapsodies in Black also includes a discourse of the artists and
Black Art showcases African American artists and
their works. The paintings are available for purchase. In addition if you are
an aspiring artist you may exhibit and sell your art at FolkArt.com.
National Museum of African Art
The National Museum of African Art includes on-line exhibitions, and
educational resources. Do not miss the section about the Mali
Empire and Djenne Figures!
Art - Aesthetics and Meaning
This Web-site maintained by the University of
Virginia, contains a summary of the elements of the African Aesthetic, an
on-line exhibition with descriptions and a bibliography. The artifacts and
sculptures included in this
Exhibition are well worth a visit.
Museum for African Art
Located in the Soho District of Manhattan, New York, The museum is dedicated
to increasing public awareness and appreciation of African art and culture. The
museum is recognized worldwide as the principal coordinator of exhibitions and
publishers of books devoted exclusively to historical and contemporary African
in Black - A History of Black Photographers 1840 to the
This online exhibition
presented by the Anacostia
Museum and Center for African American History and Culture showcases
photographs and photo media based art work produced by black
Cultural Center - Charlotte, North Carolina
The goal of the AACC is to preserve,
promote, and present African-American art, history, and culture to all of our
citizens through comprehensive programs and presentations in the visual arts,
performing arts and through innovative educational programs.