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Series: International Review of African American Art

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BEING RICHARD A. LONG : The International Review of African American Art by Juliette Harris..Editor
Fresh Paint by Juliette Bowles
HUGHIE LEE-SMITH : The International Review of African American Art by Juliette Harris..Editor
The International Review of African American Art
The international review of African American art : "Oh I wish I was in the Land of Cotton", dixie myths and downhome realities of American visual culture. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : 19th century African American artists of the North and West, part 2. by Samella S. Lewis
The International review of African American art : a visual explosion in Harlem. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : Charles Alston, an appreciation. by Juliette Harris
The international review of African American art : comprehensive guide to African American art by Juliette Bowles
International review of African American art : fiber arts, the stuff of dreams by Juliette Bowles
The international review of African American art : generations: Porter, Lewis, Walker, Thomas/Brown, Brown, Davis, Gammon, Willis, Fleming, Saar, Gilliam, Woodruff/Woods/Grigsby. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : grief recycled. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : Hampton's collections and connections. by Juliette Harris
The international review of African American art : innovation.
The International review of African American art : keepers of the flame, African American art collections at Black institutions. by Samella S. Lewis
The International review of African American art : keeping company with art. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : passing the passion, a special issue on collecting. by Juliette Harris
The International review of African American art : private show! A juried exhibition in print. by Juliette Harris
The international review of African American art : rhythm of structure, MathArt in the African diaspora.
The international review of African American art : the 1940s.
The International review of African American art : the art of political struggle and cultural revolution of the 1960s and 70s. by Juliette Bowles
The international review of African American art : the artist and the garden, Driskell, Styles, Ringgold.
The international review of African American art : the Dianne Whitfield-Locke and Carnell Locke collection: building on tradition.
The international review of African American art : the view from now. by Juliette Harris
The international review of African American art : triple consciousness, diasporic art in the American context.
The International review of African American art : what it is? Art at the edge of the century. by Juliette Harris
The international review of African American art : who's controlling the game? Top 10 players in the Black art market.
The International Review of African American Art, Artists of the 30's and 40's, Volume 9, Number 4 by Samella S. Lewis
THE INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF AFRICAN AMERICAN ART, CONCERNING THE THREE C'S: COLLECTING, CONSERVATION AND COLLABORATION, VOLUME 21, NUMBER 4 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 16, Number 2
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 16, Number 3
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 19, Number 2 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 19, Number 3 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art, Volume 8, Number 3 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 06, Number 3 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 07 Number 1: Barbados by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 07 Number 2: Art in Public Places by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 07 Number 3: The Hartland by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 07 Number 4 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 08 Number 1: The Art of Trinidad and Tobago by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 08 Number 2 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 08 Number 4 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 09 Number 1: Bahia/Power in Tradition by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 09 Number 2: African American Woman Artists; Another Generation by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 09 Number 3: The African Presence by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 10 Number 2: The Spirit of Ritual, the Magic of Technology, Performance, Installation and Digital Art by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 10 Number 3 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 10 Number 4: The L.A. Connection in African American Art by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 11 Number 1: 20th Century African American Folk Art by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 11 Number 2: Toward Definition: An Examination of African American Craft Art by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 11 Number 3: Image and Identity: The African American Experience in 20th Century American Art by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 12 Number 1: 19th Century African American Artists of the North and West; Part 1 by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 12 Number 3: 19th Century African American Fine and Craft Arts of the South by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 12 Number 4: Institutional Murals by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 13 Number 1: Design Force 2000: African American Designers Anticipate the New Millennium by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 13 Number 2: 20th Anniversary Issue by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 13 Number 3: Abstraction by Samella S. Lewis
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 14 Number 1: David Driskell, Artist by Juliette Bowles
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 14 Number 2: Hampton’s Museum Makes History by Juliette Bowles
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 14, Number 3 by Juliette Bowles
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 15 Number 3: The Old Head by Juliette Bowles
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 16 Number 1 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 17 Number 1: The Black-Indian Connection in American Art by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 17 Number 2: Do You Know What it Means to Miss New Orleans? by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 17 Number 4 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 18 Number 1: 25 Who Made a Difference by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 18 Number 2 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 18 Number 3: The Many Faces of Charles Sebree by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 20 Number 2: “Post-Black,” “Post-Soul,” or Hip Hop Iconography? Defining the new Aesthetics by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 20 Number 4: Artist and the Garden by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 21 Number 1: Samella Lewis: More Than 60 Years Collecting by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 21 Number 2: AfriCOBRA, Now! by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 21 Number 3 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 22 Number 1 by Juliette Harris
The International Review of African American Art: Volume 23, Number 1 by Juliette Harris
NEW, NOW, NEXT : The International Review of African American Art by Juliette Harris..Editor
Norman Lewis (1909-1979): art and legacy. International review of African American art, vol. 26, no. 1

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