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Blackburn was hired to teach art at the City College of New York in 1949. He went on to teach at many New York schools, including New York University, the Pratt Institute, and the School of Visual Arts. In 1970, he became a professor of art at Columbia University and remained there for 20 years. Among the many awards Blackburn received are the Purchase Award of the Library of Congress, a Creative Artists Program Award, and the first Augusta Savage Memorial Award. In 1992, he was awarded a MacArthur Fellowship for lifetime achievement.
Brandon-Croft, Barbara. Where I’m Coming From. : Andrews McMeel Publications, 1993. ———. Where I’m Still Coming From. : Andrews McMeel Publications, 1994. Brown, Frederick J. (1945– ) painter A painter whose expressive, colorful paintings have captured black folk heroes and blues musicians, Frederick J. Brown has moved from abstract art to more figurative works without losing the boldness of his style. He was born on February 6, 1945, in Greensboro, Georgia. Later his family joined the black 33 exodus north to find better jobs and moved to the South Side of Chicago, Illinois.
In other works, he enlarged photographs to lifesize. ” Bearden had strong ideas about what the goals and methods of the African-American artist should be, and he began to explain his ideas in articles and books. The Painter’s Mind: A Study of the Relation of Structure and Space in Painting (1969), his first book, was written with artist Carl Holty. Bearden also became a chronicler of the history of African-American art, which was largely ignored by the white establishment. He wrote two books on black artists with journalist Harry Henderson, devoting 15 years of research and writing to the second, the monumental A History of African-American Artists.