Creating their own Image: The History of African-American Women Artists
by Farrington, Lisa E.
Oxford University Press, 2005. Softcover. VG (Slight scuffs to back cover and back top edges, otherwise nice.). Black & color illus. wraps, 354 pp., color and BW illus. "Chronicled in this text is the legacy of struggle and triumph of African-American women artists, who have fallen prey to both racial and gender misrepresentations and who have, since the African slave trade began, strained against a dominant and insular culture." (intro) Highly illustrated, as you may expect.
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