Charles Alston (The David C. Driskell Series of African American Art)

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Illustrated in color and black/white. 118p. Charles Henry “Spinky” Alston was a black artist of the Harlem Renaissance. It was “Spinky” Alston who designed the album covers for jazz musician Duke Ellington and book covers for poet Langston Hughes. Born from a family of painters, he learned the art from his father. After his father passed, his mother remarried the uncle of artist Romare Bearden. In 1929, Alston served as director of the Utopia House, a boy’s camp in Harlem, where he started an art program.

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  1. Publication date
    2007January 1
  2. Dimensions
    8.5 x 0.8 x 11.0inches
  3. ISBN-10
  4. 118 pages
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