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Artists Through the Harlem Renaissance Beauford Delaney
Beauford Delaney came to be in Knoxville, Tennessee in 1901. Beauford was drawn to art from an early on age. His earliest drawings were copies of Sunday school cards photos from the family bible.
Delaney was educated at he the Massachusetts Normal School, the South Boston School of Art and also the Copley Society. He transferred to Nyc in 1929 plus time, established himself as being a well-known part of the bohemianism with the art scene of the period.
He was primarily influenced by the ideas of his friends the photographer Alfred Stieglitz and the cubist artist Stuart Davis painter, and the paintings with the European modernists along with their predecessors like Cezanne, Matisse, Picasso and Van Gogh. He worked to feature AfricanAmerican influences, such as the jazz, into his own artwork, he often chosen over visit one of the clubs whilst was in Harlem as opposed to interact the serious sociopolitical discussions. Though he resisted thinking of himself being a Negro artist, Beauford had tremendous pride in black achievement. He seemed to be very happy to engage in many black artists exhibitions.