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Feeling, Tom, (Untitled)

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"Untitled" by Tom Feelings

10'h x 8.25'w - 1960s mixed media drawing 

Note: This is a mixed media drawings. The condition of the drawings are in very good condition

(the drawings ha masking around the edges of the drawings but the drawings are in very good shape.

The drawings are housed in a cream 4 ply rag mats)

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Tom Feelings was a cartoonist, children's book illustrator, author, teacher, and activist. Through his works, he framed the African-American experience. His most famous book is The Middle Passage: White Ships/Black Cargo.
 
Feelings was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He attended the School of the Visual Arts, and later lived in Ghana and Guyana. He was the recipient of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. A skilled cartoonist, Feelings created the groundbreaking comic strip Tommy Traveler In the World of Negro History for the New York Age in 1958 after leaving the Air Force. Based on his own experience after discovering the adult section of the public library while researching a school project, Tommy Traveler is a black youth's dream adventures in American history while reading of notable black heroes. This material was released in book form in 1991.



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