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Norman W. Lewis

Untitled, ca. 1949

Ink on paper
19 × 24 in
48.3 × 61 cm
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Norman W. Lewis
American, 1909–1979
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Born in Harlem and working within New York City’s downtown art scene, Norman Wilfred Lewis first …

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Born in Harlem and working within New York City’s downtown art scene, Norman Wilfred Lewis first began painting in a figural style grounded in social realism, focusing on bread lines, police brutality, and the struggles of black Americans. Lewis transitioned to a more abstract style of art during the 1940s and 1950s, …

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Norman W. Lewis
American, 1909–1979
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Born in Harlem and working within New York City’s downtown art scene, Norman Wilfred Lewis first …

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Born in Harlem and working within New York City’s downtown art scene, Norman Wilfred Lewis first began painting in a figural style grounded in social realism, focusing on bread lines, police brutality, and the struggles of black Americans. Lewis transitioned to a more abstract style of art during the 1940s and 1950s, …

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Norman W. Lewis

Untitled, ca. 1949

Ink on paper
19 × 24 in
48.3 × 61 cm
This is a unique work.
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Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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