Research Papers on Artists Art Genre

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  • The Depiction of Reality in the Age of Global Production

    Contemporary art is full of images that reflect or represent reality in some form. This 22 page paper looks at the way contemporary art is produced and reproduced with controversy stretching barriers and creating a type of hyper reality. Then paper considers some of the foundations of this work, including Andy Warhol and then looks at the work of Matt Collishaw, Marc Quinn and Damien Hirst. The file TEartreal1.rtf is a PowerPoint presentation that can accompany this paper. The bibliography cites 11 sources.

  • Legacy of Artist Pablo Picasso

    (5 pp) If there is any artist who epitomizes the genius of our century, it is Picasso. Long-lived, endlessly inventive, prolific in his production, wanton in his sexual appetites as well as his artistic creation, an alchemist who could transmute the handlebars of a bicycle into the horns of a bull with a single gesture - there seems to have been no limit to his talents. 4 specific works are discussed. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari Film and Expressionist Painting

    An 11 page paper which examines the focus on expressionist painting in the film “The Cabinet of Doctor Caligari.” Bibliography lists 6 additional sources.

  • Art of James Magee

    A 4 page research paper that summarizes and analyzes three works by James Magee, and their accompanying poems, which are currently on display at the Nasher Sculpture Center. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Auden, Braque, and Picasso

    (6 pp) In this discussion we will be comparing and contrasting two paintings (Picasso and Braque) and one poem (W H Auden), with a quote, "art is a lie that tells the truth." Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • 'Dance' and the Painting by Matisse and Poem by Natalie Safir

    A 7 page research paper that contrasts and compares Matisse's painting "Dance" with Natalie Safir's poem "Matisse's Dance." The writer argues that Safir attempts to capture the primitive exaltation of the nude dancers in Matisse's painting. An examination of Safir's verse and Matisse's painting demonstrates that Safir is highly successful in capturing the essence of Matisse's genius. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Life and Art of Jacob Lawrence

    A 6 page paper which provides a look at the life and works of the African American artist Jacob Lawrence. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Frida: A Reaction Paper

    This 3 page paper focuses on the film and the life of this artist.The film is discussed in general. Some of the plot is conveyed. This film is a biography, or a portrait of this eccentric Mexican artist by the name of Frida Kahlo. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Graffiti's Development History

    This 5 page report discusses the existence of graffiti and the fact that graffiti is an expression of art, whether political, social, or aesthetic, it expresses something that its creator wants to express through the medium of paint and a bare surface that will be viewed by others. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Art History and Orientalism

    A 4 page research paper that examines the nineteenth century art trend of Orientalism, which the wrier defines and then discusses, referring to representative works of art. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century History, Europe, and the Norton Simon Museum

    A 5 page paper which examines art in the Norton Simon Museum and discusses it relevancy to 18th and 19th century history as it relates to Europe. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Bellini, Durer, and Ribera and an Art History Examination

    A 3 page paper which examines three artists (Jusepe de Ribera, Albrecht Durer, Giovanni Bellini) from three different time periods (Baroque, Early Renaissance, Classical Renaissance). Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Analysis of Six Museum Works of Art

    A paper which looks at six museum pieces, representing different branches of art, architecture and literature, and considers their importance both at the time of their creation and in relation to other cultures and time-periods. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Henry James's 19th Century Critique of John S. Sargent's 'Lady with the Rose' Painting

    A 7 page paper which examines a chapter from American author and art critic Henry James’s 1893 volume, “Picture and Text,” in which he discusses the young Symbolist painter’s work and his critique of this early painting. Also considered is the context of this criticism to consider whether it was defending or attacking the object/artist and its intended audience in order to gain an art historical perspective. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Late Medieval Literature and Art and Human Body Rediscovery

    A comprehensive, 60 page thesis paper on the transition between what has come to be called in the art field the Romanesque & Gothic periods. The writer asserts, first, that a similar distinction is also present in the literature, and that the Gothic spirit is actually a rediscovery of the physical which had been lost due to the Christian Church's obsession with the spiritual alone. It is ultimately concluded that the transformation of vision that occurred in late medieval ages was the movement from a culture obsessed with becoming divine to a culture more at home in its own humanity. Bibliography lists more than 25 sources.

  • Humanities Makes Life Worth Living Through the Study of Literature, Art, and Music

    This 5 page paper considers the purpose of humanities and a key curriculum of literature, art and music to be studied which demonstrates the beauty of life. This paper also defines the humanities as a means of understanding cultural identity. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • An Aesthetician's Perspective on Art

    A 5 page paper presenting example of aesthetics represented in literature, art, and music. Aestheticians have broadened their collective perspectives over the past century and particularly in the space of the last several decades. Aesthetics seeks to examine art forms not only for beauty, but now also for cultural relevance. The paper discusses Yeats as an example of transition from romance to modernism in literature, Renoir’s origination of the impressionist style of art and why the aesthetician will more readily accept the beauty of Béla Bartók’s music over that of Eminem or Stevie Ray Vaughn. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Renaissance Culture: Donatello, Michelangelo and Shakesepare

    A 5 page paper which examines what art and literature tells us about Renaissance culture. The works examined are Donatello’s St. George and David, Michelangelo’s David, and Shakespeare’s Henry IV Part One. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Artists Egon Schiele and Edvard Munch on Sexuality

    An 8 page research paper that contrasts and compares the work of expressionist artists Edvard Munch (1863-1944) and Egon Schiele (1890-1918). The writer argues that they exhibit very different styles, technique and imagery, yet also that these two artists are similar in that they were both psychologically extremely insecure men, who were fascinated by sexuality, yet also fearful of it. Also, examination of their work shows that both artists explored the psyche and sexuality through their art in ways that had previously never been expressed. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Creativity and its Demise

    This 3 page paper argues that creativity, particularly in art, has been truncated by society. In part, this is attributable to psychology and its attempt to make everyone the same. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Musical Party Painting by Mary Cassatt

    A 3 page paper which analyzes the painting “A Musical Party” by Mary Cassatt. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • San Marco, Venice's Artistic and Musical Humanism During the Renaissance

    A 12 page paper that provides a comprehensive overview of the significant features of the art and music of San Marco, Venice during the Renaissance era and considers the relationship between the art and the ideal of humanism. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Impressionism/Music & Art

    An 11 page research paper that is an expansion on a previous essay khimmuar.rtf. This essay discusses how impressionist painting is related to impressionist music in more detail and draws more heavily on the sources cited in the previous paper. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Comparing 3 paintings & painting/music

    A 6 page essay that discusses three paintings and Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony. “The Abduction of the Sabine Women” by Nicolas Poussin (1634), “The Death of General Wolfe” by Benjamin West (1770), and “The Raft of the Medusa” by Theodore Gericault” (1818) are each representative of a specific period in art history. Comparing the three works illustrates the way in which the Romantic era reconnected with the emotionality and vibrancy of the Baroque. However, it should be noted that Neoclassical works were not without emotion, as Beethoven’s striking Fifth Symphony exemplifies, rather it indicates that comparison between the periods illustrates that in the Neoclassical era, emotion was controlled within the confines of rationality. A bibliography is not offered.

  • A Short History of Franco-Flemish and Venetian Schools of Art and Music

    In five pages this paper examines these important Western schools of art and music, which flourished from approximately 1125 to 1575, and how the Franco-Flemish school influence the Venetian school. Seven sources are listed in the bibliography.

  • Violence in Rap

    This 7 page paper contends that this musical genre promotes violence. All of society is affected but blacks, in particular, suffer as a result of rap music. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Three Musicians by Pablo Picasso

    A 4 page research paper that discusses Picasso's work Three Musicians. The writer places this work within the context of Picasso's overall career, as well as discussing the painting in detail. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Impressionism/Music & Art

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the relationship between impressionist music and painting. Art and music have always developed in parallel with one another throughout the course of history (Impressionism). The impressionism of the late nineteenth century, which originated in France, exemplifies this principle as impressionist music and art are closely related. This examination of impressionism in music demonstrates the close relationship that the development of this genre of music history had with painting of the same era. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Reaction to the Works of Claude Debussy and Claude Monet

    A 5 page essay that records the writer's reactions to Claude Monet's painting "Garden at Sainte-Adresse" and Claude Debussy's music "Claire de Lune." The writer discusses how, in both cases, the construction of their work creates a specific "impression" in the mind of the viewer/listener, and the writer posits that this objective is obtained by subtly altering standards in their respective arts that previously had been considered immutable. No sources cited.

  • Venice, Italy

    A 10 page research paper that discusses the history of Venice, Italy, and also its architecture, painting and music, focusing particularly on the sixteenth century. Then, the writer discusses the current crisis of Venice sinking and what is being done to preserve the city. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Art History Questions

    A 4 page research paper in which the writer addresses four specific art topics, which includes ancient Egyptian art; Picasso's "Gernica"; the importance of music in the writer's life; and the writer's personal position on the importance and value of art. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Olafur Eliasson's The Weather Project

    A 6 page paper which analyzes and discusses the art piece “The Weather Project” by Olafur Eliasson. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Art and Techniques from 1300 to 1700

    An 8 page research paper on the development of artistic techniques between 1300 and 1700 in The Netherlands, Flanders, Rome, Spain, Italy and France. Various artists' works are discussed in terms of evolving techniques, including Da Vinci, Van Eyck, Michelangelo, La Tour, Velazquez, and the Boucicaut Master. Other influences are also presented. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Overview of 6 Roman Portraits

    An 8 page paper that begins with an introduction to Roman portrait. The writer describes six Roman portraits: The General, Togate, Portrait of a Roman Matron, Republican Couple, Aulus Metellus (The Orator), and Stele of a Republican Family. The writer then compares and contrasts the Egyptian The Seated Scribe and the Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius Antoninus. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Artist, Scientist, and Engineer Leonardo da Vinci

    This is a 7 page paper discussing the life, art and engineering designs of Leonardo da Vinci. Leonardo da Vinci is a well known artist who captured the elusive smile of the Mona Lisa and envisioned the Last Supper which many people now associate him with. However, Leonardo da Vinci was perhaps even more accomplished as an “artist-engineer” of the Italian scientific Renaissance which set him apart from the other artists of the time as well as a mathematician, philosopher, naturalist, astronomer, architect, and musician. While quite a lot is known about his works of art, not as much is known about his hundreds of scientific and engineering designs which were well ahead of his time and placed him considerably high in the development of the Italian Renaissance in the arts and sciences. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Imagination, Emotion, Intuition, and Values of Romanticism

    (5 pp) "One of the problems of definition is that the Romantics were liberals and conservatives, revolutionaries and reactionaries. Some were preoccupied with God, others were atheistic, to the core. Some, began their lives as devout Catholics, lived as ardent revolutionaries, and died as staunch conservatives. " However, there are some generalities, that the author will discuss, which will give us a rough outline, of that historical period, usually thought of, from 1750 to 1850. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Ofili and Dalwood's Celebrity in Contemporary British Art

    A paper which looks at two works by modern artists - Kurt Cobain's Greenhouse, by Dalwood, and Afrodizzia, by Ofili - and considers them as specific examples of the way in which celebrities are portrayed. Bibliography lists 7 sources

  • Organizational Behavior and PepsiCo

    A 12 page research paper that offers an overview of organizational behavior. First of all, it offers an overview of the some topics encompassed by this field, and then it discusses organizational behavior further by offering a comprehensive company profile and investigating what literature concerning this company, i.e., PepsiCo, reveals about its corporate culture and typical organizational behavior. The emphasis in the paper is on diversity. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Franz West and Anish Kapoor's Installation or Environmental Art

    This is a 6 page paper on installation artists Anish Kapoor and Franz West. Environmental or installation artists Anish Kapoor and Franz West represent the highlights and interactive experiences obtained for gallery visitors through installation art. Installation art or environment art is known as that which encompasses an entire gallery space whether in inside or outside environments. The works of Kapoor and West however, offer the gallery visitor so much more than enormity. Kapoor’s use of curves and spaces take the visitors “through doors” into alternate dimensions through which the visitor can wander and experience. West’s works not only encompass entire spaces but also encourage visitors to interact with his pieces and “step into it, to sit on it, lie on it” and releases the visitors from the usually restrictive mental and physical elements related to gallery exhibitions. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Fine Arts and the Impact of Interactive Media

    This paper explores the impact of today's technology and interactive media on the fine arts. Included in the discussion is a definition of interactive media, and ways in which the technology is being used by artists both in terms of career and development of art.

  • Spanish Art and Artists

    A 5 page paper which examines Spanish art and Spanish artists. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Japanese Edo Art and Vincent Van Gogh's The Courtesan

    A 4 page research paper/essay that discusses Van Gogh's The Courtesan and Japanese Edo art. This discussion contrasts and compares Van Gogh's Courtesan to its inspiration, the artwork of Japan during the Edo period. This shows not only how Van Gogh incorporated features characteristic of the Edo style in this own work but also how Van Gogh made these conventions uniquely his own. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Impressionism Crisis Impact Upon the Art of Vincent Van Gogh and Paul Gauguin

    A 5 page paper which examines how Paul Gauguin and Vincent Van Gogh’s art developed out of the crisis of Impressionism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Beuys and Warhol, Two Different Artists

    This is a 6 page paper comparing and contrasting the works and politics of the artists Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol. Artists Joseph Beuys and Andy Warhol lived and worked basically at the same time from the 1920s to the 1980s. Beuys, who grew up fairly conservatively, served in the war and held an academic position, expressed a great deal of warmth and hope in his art works which was also reflected in his political and philosophical outlook on life. He believed that all humans were students of life and it was their obligation to use their creativity throughout their disciplines to integrate the ideals of all cultures. Throughout his lifetime he was the founder of several activist groups designed to allow for a more open-minded society. His convictions to freedom of education were often at his own expense as he sacrificed a great deal for his activism. Warhol was known as one of the most influential commercial and pop culture artists of his time. His outlook on life and the human race was somewhat more grim than Beuys’ however as he believed that modern culture should and does act like a machine. He stressed that he was superficial along with the rest of society and used his celebrity to further his career mostly in the art, film, music and television industries. He did however use some of his exhibitions to display some of what he considered to be disasters of the twentieth century but most of his activism was through his art and not through outward causes like Beuys. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • Artist Chaim Gross

    A 5 page paper which presents an examination of the life and the works of artist/sculptor Chaim Gross. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Interpreting Fairy Tale Illustration: Cinderella

    3 pages in length. Elenore Abbott's illustration of "Cinderella" in the 1920 printing of Grimm's Fairy Tales brings about an entirely different perspective than to which contemporary society has become accustomed. The most immediate sense one has about Abbott's interpretation is its ethereal countenance and the utter serenity with which the artist captures Cinderella's innocence. Her chosen medium of watercolor serves to enhance this otherworldly tone of the illustration, and the muted hues combine to bring about a calming, gentle feeling. No bibliography.

  • Dr. Seuss Goes to War

    A 4 page discussion of the political satire of Theodore Geisel, the cartoonist that would ultimately become better known as Dr. Seuss. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Kouros

    4 pages in length. The primary significance of kouroi, plural of the singular kouros, is its insignificance within the context of artistic meaning. Simply stated, this popular type of fifth century Archaic era sculpture is spectacular because of its commonness; standing as tall as the real beardless young men for whom they were created, kouroi's life size stature, marked nakedness, striking physique, anatomical detail (especially the broad, detailed chest) and three-dimensional are the first attributes noticed. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • The Bridge at Argenteuil and The Bridge Over the Water Lily Pond by Claude Monet

    A 4 page paper which examines two of Monet’s paintings: The Bridge Over the Water-Lily Pond (1899) and The Bridge at Argenteuil (1874). Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Houdon's George Washington Statue

    This 5 page paper discusses the George Washington Statue, which resides in Virginia, which was crafted by the famed French sculptor Houdon. This paper examines the detail and history of the statue, as well as exploring the life of Houdon. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

  • Comparing Two of Da Vinci's Greatest Works

    A 5 page paper which compares and contrasts “The Adoration of the Magi” (1481-82) and “The Virgin of the Rocks” (1503-06) by Leonardo da Vinci. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Leonardo da Vinci as a Renaissance Man Par Excellence

    In five pages this paper discusses how the theoretical, scientific, and artistic achievements of Leonardo da Vinci epitomize the ideals of the Renaissance. Seven sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Still Life with a Plate of Onions Painting by Vincent Van Gogh

    A 3 page analysis of Vincent Van Gogh’s painting “Still Life with a Plate of Onions” (1889). Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Impressionism/Music & Art

    A 5 page research paper that discusses the relationship between impressionist music and painting. Art and music have always developed in parallel with one another throughout the course of history (Impressionism). The impressionism of the late nineteenth century, which originated in France, exemplifies this principle as impressionist music and art are closely related. This examination of impressionism in music demonstrates the close relationship that the development of this genre of music history had with painting of the same era. Bibliography lists 12 sources.

  • Octavio Paz/Diego Rivera

    A 5 page research paper/essay that critiques how each man viewed Emiliano Zapata. The Labyrinth of Solitude is one of the most famous works by the noted Mexican author Octavio Paz. It is a collection of nine essays that are all concerned with the central theme of how one should understand Mexican identity, which translates in the book into understanding the quest for this understanding as an existential labyrinth, which leads inevitably to a profound feeling of solitude. Diego Rivera, through his art, also expresses a vision of Mexican identity. This discussion interprets Rivera's "Agrarian Leader Zapata" in light of the themes brought out in Paz's text. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Ethnography Art

    A 7 page paper which examines this topic and the issues it addresses within the cultural context of the works of artists Susan Hiller and Coco Fusco. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • How I Remember the Creator of Peanuts

    This 5 page paper provides a first person speech commemorating this artist who passed away in 2000. The characters who appear in the comic strip are discussed in detail. No sources.

  • The Photography of Walker Evans

    This is an 8 page paper discussing Walker Evans’ life and photography with the Farm Security Administration (FSA) from 1935 to 1938. Walker Evans (1903-1975) was an American photographer who is probably best known for the introduction of documentary style photography which depicted the people and places of the United States through his extensive collection of still photographs. His style was one in which he faced his subject matter straight on and used a small aperture with a large 8 by 10 negative to enable him to produce sharp detail in his work. One of his better known collections was derived from his contract with the Farm Security Administration (FSA) from 1935 to 1938 when he took photographs of the buildings and people in the southern States during the Depression. His photographs of the poor tenant farmers were commissioned by the FSA to illustrate their need for government relief. Rather than create sympathetic scenes however, Evans remained formal in his approach to his subject matter and simply let the facts which existed provide ample evidence of the dire conditions of the farmers. Other photographs taken during his contract with the FSA were considered collages of local merchant life which again provided documentary-like detail in their context. Paper includes detail about three photographs taken during the contract with the FSA. Bibliography lists 10 sources.

  • Vector, Mass, Shape, and Line in a Praying Mantis Drawing

    A 5 page analysis of a simplistic piece of art produced by a young child. This paper defines line, shape, color, mass, and vector and notes the utilization of each in the subject artwork. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Analysis of Quantum Cloud by Antony Gormley

    A 7 page that focuses on analysis of Quantum Cloud XX (tornado) by Antony Gormley, although the writer does mention the larger version of this work as well. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Art of Slavery

    A 10 page research paper that examines the art of slavery, looking specifically at two aspects of this topic: the abolitionist art of the late eighteenth century, which focused on the horrors of the slave trade and the pro-slavery depictions of American plantations before and after the Civil War. Both of these examples show the influence of art on how slavery was perceived and both categories demonstrate the interplay of social forces between art and a larger society. Bibliography lists 7 sources.

  • Van Gogh/Irises

    A 3 page analysis of "Irises" by Vincent van Gogh. The writer describes and reacts to this great work of art. Bibliography lists 1 source.

  • Man and Art of Vincent Van Gogh

    This 6.5 page paper discusses this post- Impressionist artist as a man and an artist. Examples of his letters to his brother Theo are used, as well as discussion of Self-Portrait of 1888 dedicated to Paul Gaugun , Van Gogh’s portraits resonate with personal compassion and the conviction that, when thought- fully observed, nature reveals profound truths;' and The Starry Night (1889) a work of such great emotion and depth that it has even inspired popular music. Bibliography lists 8. .

  • School Revenue Issues

    A 4 page research paper that addresses 3 issues pertaining to school finance, which are how school revenue & expenditures are impacted by demographics & economic change; current social problems that are causing an increase in the annual costs of elementary and secondary education and the issue of year-round schools. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

  • Pottery Icon Josiah Wedgwood

    This 5 page paper profiles the man who has been praised for creating an extremely successful enterprise in the eighteenth century. He is most well known for the type of Wedgwood pottery sold today in light blue with decorative white reliefs. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • Ghiberti v. Donatello

    The works, styles, and respective contributions of these Italian Renaissance artists are compared and contrasted in this 6 page analysis. Bibliography lists 4 sources.

  • Comparative Artistic Analysis of 'Alexander with the Lance' and 'Trajan in Armor'

    A 5 page paper that provides an overview of comparisons that can be made between these two statues. Bibliography lists only a web site used to view these statues.

  • Frank Ford, Experimental Typographer

    A 5 page essay that explores the historical background and artistic content of three of Ford's typographical fonts. Bibliography lists 4 sources, including Ford's personal description of this art.

  • Documentary Analysis 'The Art of Survival'

    A 5 page analysis and research paper on a short documentary that details the life of Hungarian-born artist and Holocaust survivor Tibor Jankay. An extremely moving film, it recounts the wisdom that Jankay has accumulated over his 94 years of life as well as revealing his incredible artistic vision. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

  • The Artwork of Artemisia Gentileschi

    7 pages in length. The artwork of Artemisia Gentileschi is a celebration of gender, with particular emphasis upon issues of feminism and patriarchal control. Indeed, the young Gentileschi portrays the perpetuation of feminism; not only are her artistic endeavors a solid reflection of her sentiments but so is the manner in which she reflects the outward quest for female reawakening. Gentileschi displays her craft well and does not hesitate to apply her talent as more of a social statement than one of mere visual appreciation. The writer discusses how thus is the case with her ongoing artistic assertion that there is truly no separation of the sexes in reality, short of the obvious physical differences; rather, her perpetual argument clearly makes the point that the female gender -- no matter how seemingly fragile and delicate -- is indeed just as much an emotionally strong and self-reliant individual as her socially-accepted male counterpart. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

  • Frederic Chopin and Eugene Delacroix as 'Artistic Brothers'

    This 9 page paper discusses the similarities and diffeences between the "artistic brothers" Eugene Delacroiix and Frederick Chopin. Delacroix labeled Chopin, "a man of exquisite heart and.. mind" - quite a complement coming one of the foremost French artists of the nineteenth century. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

  • The Depression of the 1930s and Black American Artists

    (10pp)The Harlem Renaissance watched the flourishing of African American literature, music, dance, art and social commentary in the neighbor- hood newly transformed by the great migration of African Americans to the North during WWI. The renaissance was a time when Black Americans had a chance to demonstrate the creative and intellectual abilities that they possessed. Nightclubs, community centers, cafes, publishing houses and galleries sprang up in Harlem amongst the enormous level of energy and excitement. 'It captured all that the wild young things of the 1920s wanted to be.' Bibliography lists 10 sources. (sources follow)


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