One of the early paintings is an abstraction in the general manner of the New York School and is so beautiful that, if he had not had something else to say, something special, it becomes obvious that Mr. Bearden could have kept on in this vein… But he did have something else to say; something as everybody now knows by now, about what is called “the Black experience.”

Avis Berman

Poor Thirsty Souls, 1946

Old Poem, 1960

Factory Workers, 1942

The Cotton Pickers, 1941

The Vixen, nd

A Walk In Paradise Gardens, 1955

Additional Oils Collection

At Five in the Afternoon
Blue Lady
Green Torches Welcome New Ghosts
Heart of Autumn
Jazz Group
Lion Takes Off
New Orleans Marching Band
North of the River
The Opening
River Mist
Some Drink! Some Drink!
Song for the Bronze God
Strange Land
Two Women
Untitled, (Piano Player)
The Visitation
The Walls of Ilium

Romare Bearden Art

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