Print Portfolio: "Celebrating Negro History and Brotherhood; A Folio of Prints by Chicago Artists"


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"Celebrating Negro History and Brotherhood: A Folio of Prints by Chicago Artists", 1956
Six Lithographs on paper
12 x 18 1/2 inches
#1888

Folio inscribed: “In memory of Morris Topchevsky, artist, and Joseph Johnson, writer, whose lives were dedicated to the struggle for brotherhood, opportunity, and equality of peoples of all races and beliefs.”

Folio includes six prints:

Celebrating Negro History and Brotherhood
A Folio of Prints by Chicago Artists

  1. Harriet Tubman by Margaret Taylor Burroughs (Signed and titled in pencil)

  2. Emma Lazarus by Margaret Taylor Burroughs (Signed and titled in pencil)

  3. John Brown by Peter Gourfain (Signed and titled in pencil)

  4. Frederick Douglas by Bernard Goss (Signed in pencil)

  5. Harriet Beecher Stowe by Joyce Gourfain (Signed and titled in pencil)

  6. W.E.B. DuBois by Margaret Taylor Burroughs

  • Chicago artists 1888 brown
  • Chicago artists 1888 douglas
  • Chicago artists 1888 dubois
  • Chicago artists 1888 lazarus
  • Chicago artists 1888 stowe
  • Chicago artists 1888 tubman

This folio is a publication of the Chicago Seven Arts Workshop. Folio is accompanied with dedication letter by Marion Perkins. Dedicated to the memory of Morris Topchevsky

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