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Hale Woodruff, 50 years of his art

Hale Woodruff

Hale Woodruff, 50 years of his art

[catalogue of an exhibition held] April 29 thru June 24, 1979,The Studio Museum, in Harlem, New York

by Hale Woodruff

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Published by [Studio Museum] in [New York] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement[foreword by Mary Schmidt Campbell, introduction by Romare Bearden.
ContributionsStudio Museum in Harlem.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13701994M

The Negro in Art: A Pictorial Record of the Negro Artist and of the Negro Theme in Art. Washington, D.C., , ill. p. 57 (earlier edition). Mary Schmidt Campbell in Hale Woodruff: 50 Years of His Art. Exh. cat., Studio Museum in Harlem. New York, , pp. . Mary Schmidt Campbell in Hale Woodruff: 50 Years of His Art. Exh. cat., Studio Museum in Harlem. New York, , pp. 32–33, 96 (earlier edition), calls it "Returning Home" and dates it Ronald Schnell. Graphic Art by Afro-American Artists from the Collections of Tougaloo College. Exh. cat., Tougaloo College.

Hale Woodruff was an African-American artist and muralist. He is most well-known for his mural series at Savery Library at Talladega College, which he painted between and In Woodruff moved to New York where he taught in the art department at New York University from until his retirement in During the mids Woodruff and fellow artist Romare Bearden were instrumental in starting the Spiral organization, a collaboration of African-American artists working in .

THIS IS AN ORIGINAL EXHIBITION POSTER FOR THE EXHIBITION HALE WOODRUFF: 50 YEARS OF HIS ART HELD AT THE STUDIO MUSEUM IN HARLEM. THIS POSTER WAS HAND SIGNED BY THE ARTIST. MR WOODRUFF DIED SOON.   Winifred L. Stoelting, "Hale Woodruff, Artist and Teacher: Through the Atlanta Years" (master's thesis, Emory University, ). William E. Taylor and Harriet G. Warkel, A Shared Tradition: Art by Four African Americans (Bloomington: Indiana University Press for the Indianapolis Museum of Art, ), exhibition catalog.


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This project, a collaboration between the High Museum of Art and Talladega College, conserves these works and presents them to a national audience for the first time. Artist. Hale Aspacio Woodruff was born in Cairo, Illinois, and raised in Tennessee. Inafter formal art study in the United States, Woodruff moved to Paris.

Hale Woodruff first grew interested in African art in the s, when an art dealer gave him a German book on the subject. He couldn’t read the text, but enjoyed looking at the images; on a trip to Europe a few years later he bought African sculpture for a collection of his own (Hale Woodruff, 50 Years of His Art, Exhibition Catalogue, ).

For this painting, he divided the canvas into rough rectangles, then. Hale Aspacio Woodruff was born in Cairo, Illinois and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, by his widowed mother, Augusta, a domestic laborer who recognized her son’s gift for art and encouraged it.

In high school, Woodruff was the school paper’s cartoonist, and after graduating inhe moved to Indianapolis to study at the John Herron Art.

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Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Sell Us Your Books Best Books. Hale Woodruff () was a trail-blazing artist and college professor. And yet inat the end of nearly 40 years in the university, Woodruff confessed that academia had consumed his life and drained his creativity, that teaching and creating required a careful balance he never managed to attain.

1 The search for stability kept Woodruff moving between cities and continents. Mary Schmidt Campbell in Hale Woodruff: 50 Years of His cat., Studio Museum in Harlem.

New York,p. 96 (earlier edition), calls it "Country Church" and dates it Hale Woodruff was a lifelong advocate of African American art and artists. Although he spent his later years in New York—where he helped establish the Spiral Group (with fellow artists Charles Alston, Romare Bearden, and others) and taught at New York University (where his students included Arthur Rose, Merton Simpson, and Leo Twiggs.

Full online access to this resource is only available at the Library of Congress. About this Item. Title Relics / Hale Woodruff. Summary Hale Woodruff: 50 years of his art, [], p.

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New York,pp. 32–33, 96 (unknown edition, collection of the artist), calls it "Returning Home". Ronald Schnell. Graphic Art by Afro-American Artists from the Collections of Tougaloo College.

Exh. cat., Tougaloo College.Hale Woodruff: 50 Years of His Art. New York: Author, Wilson, Judith. "'Go Back and Retrieve It': Hale Woodruff, Afro-American Modernist." In Selected Essays: Art and Artists from the Harlem Renaissance to the s.

Atlanta, Ga.: National Black Arts Festival, helen m. shannon ().