Art tribute to 19th and 20th century black artists in Paris. Richard Wright saw it as “a place where one could claim one's own soul”. For Ed Clark, “it was the freest of cities, a true magnet for artists”. From Henry O Tanner to Herbert Gentry, Beauford Delaney, and Clark, Paris has given inspiration and freedom to the greatest African American Artists of the 19th and 20th centuries.
Ealy Mays’ Black History Month art gallery featuring oil and acrylic paintings, canvas art, posters, and prints of 20th century African American expatriates’ literary and artistic history in Paris.