Over the Line: The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence (Paperback)
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Over the Line: The Art and Life of Jacob Lawrence by Elizabeth Hutton Turner
Edited by Peter T. Nesbett and Michelle DuBois
Publisher: University of Washington Press, 2001, 286 pages
(USED) with light wear to cover
An extensive chronology, collating events in his life with his public reception - including selected exhibitions, publications, honors, and awards - is illustrated with family photographs. Jacob Lawrence (1917-2000) spent his childhood in New York City, attending classes at the Harlem Community Art Center and the American Artists School, and later working for the Federal Art Project. While still in his twenties Lawrence exhibited his paintings at major museums across the country, including the Phillips Collection, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, where he became the first African American artist represented in the permanent collection. He lived, painted, and taught in New York City until 1971, when he moved to Seattle to join the faculty of the University of Washington. He was the recipient of numerous awards including the National Medal of Arts.
The paperback edition of Over the Line is published in conjunction with a major exhibition opening at the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, on May 26, 2001, and traveling to the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.