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    • Frederick Douglass Series No. 22

    • Lawrence, Jacob (1917-2000);
    • "Leaving England in the spring of 1847...he arrived in Rochester, New York and edited the first negro paper, The North Star. …He wrote of…the Free Soil Convention, The nomination of Van Buren, The Fugitive Slave Law and The Dred Scott...
    • Tempra on hardboard
    • (Forever Free) ""Buy Black!""

    • Charles, Michael Ray (1967- )
    • A black male's face, with a globe in the mouth, proclaiming ""Buy Black!""
    • Acrylic latex, stain, and copper penny on paper
    • (Forever Free) ""Servin with a Smile""

    • Charles, Michael Ray (1967- )
    • A black version of Poppin' Fresh (the Pillsbury Doughboy) proclaiming ""Servin with a smile""
    • Acrylic latex and copper penny on paper
    • Free Word Painting

    • Carra, Carlo (1881-1914)
    • A patriotic celebration; multi - colored collage
    • Collage; Cardboard
    • Forever Free

    • Lewis, Mary Edmonia (1843/45-c.1912);
    • Man standing next to woman with arm raised
    • Marble
    • Forever Free

    • Johnson, Sargent Claude (1887-1967);
    • Media: Wood, lacquer, cloth; A carved statue, totemic in form, depicting an African-American woman in white bouse and blue skirt, itself having images of children around it.
    • Mixed media;
    • Sentences III

    • Tuttle, Richard (1941- )
    • painted wood free standing form with lightbulbs attached
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    • Free Standing Woven Form

    • Zeisler, Claire (1903-1991);
    • Sculpture made with natural strands of fiber surrounding colorful strands.
    • hemp; wool
    • Forever Free

    • Johnson, Sargent Claude (1887-1967)
    • Sculpture of standing African-American woman
    • Wood with lacquer on cloth
    • Left side, Signature; Right Side, Bagpipe

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • The big green bag is a lung that blows air through the three longer tunes suspended from the ceiling, while the other free standing structure tells the bagpipe what to play; the desk piece signs the artist's signature on pieces of paper.
    • Mixed media
    • The Land of Cockaigne

    • Bruegel, Pieter (1525-1569);
    • Three reclining men in the magical utopian land of Cockaigne where food is abundant and free. Copy of Bruegel's painting
    • Engraving;

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