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Hale Woodruff

Born, 1900 in Cairo, Illinois, USA. Died, 1980

Several of Hale Woodruff’s paintings:

The Amistad Slaves on Trial at New Haven, Connecticut, 1840, 1939
The Mutiny Abroad the Amistad, 1839, 1939
Return to Africa, 1939

were included in the International Review of African American Art, Volume 8 Number 2, specifically the article A Legacy of La Amistad | Some Twentieth Century Black Leaders, written by Clifton H. Johnson.

Related items

click to show details of Black Art: Ancestral Legacy

»  Black Art: Ancestral Legacy

Book relating to a publication, 1989

click to show details of Black Art and Culture in the 20th Century

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Book relating to a publication, 1997

click to show details of International Review of African American Art Volume 8 Number 2

»  International Review of African American Art Volume 8 Number 2

Magazine relating to a publication, 1988

click to show details of The Search For Freedom: African American Abstract Painting 1945-1975

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Catalogue relating to an exhibition, 1991

Related exhibitions

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Group show at Dallas Museum of Art. 1989 - 1990

Related venues

»  Dallas Museum of Art

Dallas, United States of America

»  Kenkeleba Gallery

New York, New York, USA, United States of America