Kids & Families
More on Ellis:
More Art and History Links
Other Resources on Artists
is a searchable database of more than 20,000 artists. The information available includes brief profiles, book and periodical references, dealer and museum connections, image galleries, and even auction results.
Southern Gate: African American Paintings from the National Museum of American Art
chronicles a particular exhibit at Duke University, but also offers links to many other resources.
W.P.A.-New Deal Art During the Great Depression
is a personal project to gather profiles and stories connected to the government-sponsored art projects of the Depression years.
African-American History Resources
The Anacostia Community Museum
—the Smithsonian Institution’s museum of African American history and culture.
web site is a thoroughly annotated gateway to a wealth of other resources.
Digital Librarian: African Americans
is a librarian’s choice of the best of the web on black history and culture.
A Gateway to African American History from 1900 to 1940
is from the North Kenwood/Oakland Charter School.
The Harmon Foundation
Breaking Racial Barriers: African Americans in the Harmon Foundation Collection
, from the National Portrait Gallery, displays many of the portraits of influential African Americans that were included in a ground-breaking 1944 Harmon Foundation exhibit and includes biographical profiles of these black leaders from various fields.
Contemporary African Art from the Harmon Foundation
includes links to slides and photos of artworks from the National Archives and Records Administration.
600 Cooper Drive, Lexington, KY 40502
© 2014, Kentucky Educational Television