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Romare Bearden

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Matt Hylton

on 9 April 2013

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Transcript of Romare Bearden

Career Romare Bearden was born in Charlotte N.C. 1911.When he was a toddler him and his family moved to New York City and would live there until he died in 1988 at the age of 76. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Romare_Bearden Resources Childhood When Romare was a toddler he and his family moved to New York City where there would be meetings for the major people of the Harlem Renaissance. The Harlem Renaissance is a cultural movement that is for African American education. Romare did a lot of collage. He also used cartoons and oils and in addition to that he was a writer. One of his famous works of collage is "Summertime." Some of Bearden's Work "Patchwork Quilt" "Sunset Limited" "Sunset Express" Education In 1929 Bearden graduated from Peabody High School. After Bearden graduated he went to New York University to continue his studies. Romare Graduated with a degree in science and education. http://www.ashevilleart.org/artists/romarebearden/ http://www.beardenfoundation.org/news.shtml VERY VERY VERY VERY
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VERY DIRTY Romare Beardon By: Matt Hylton ' Southern art show http://www.mintmuseum.org/art/exhibitions/detail/romare-bearden-southern-recollections
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