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Henry Ossawa Tanner (American, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 1859–1937) Dusk Scene of a Flooded River and Nearby Town.

Untitled (Dusk Scene of a Flooded River and Nearby Town), Henry Ossawa Tanner, ca. oil on thick cardstock, 10 private collection.

"Street Scene, Tangier (Man Leading Calf)," Henry Ossawa Tanner, ca. 1910, oil on paperboard, 10 5/8 x 13 3/4", Smithsonian American Art Museum.

"Street Scene, Tangier (Man Leading Calf)," Henry Ossawa Tanner, ca. oil on paperboard, 10 x 13 Smithsonian American Art Museum.

"Street Scene, Tangier (Crenelated Architecture)," Henry Ossawa Tanner, ca. 1910, oil on paperboard, 10 5/8 x 13 3/4", Smithsonian American Art Museum.

"Street Scene, Tangier (Crenelated Architecture)," Henry Ossawa Tanner, ca. oil on paperboard, 10 x 13 Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Lecture notes:  Henry Ossawa Tanner

Here's a portrait of Henry Ossawa Tanner, the African-American artist whose life inspired the idea for my fictional artist Solomon Brokenberry

Booker T. Washington, 1917 by Henry Ossawa Tanner. Realism. portrait

Booker T. Washington - Henry Ossawa Tanner State Historical Society of Iowa Painting - oil on canvas

Henry O. Tanner  November 12, 1900 African-American painter Henry O. Tanner was one of the 6,916 American exhibitors at the Paris Exposition which closed its gates on this day. Tanner won a silver medal for his entry.

Henry Ossawa Tanner was an American artist. He was the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim. He moved to Paris in 1891 to study, and decided to stay there, being readily accepted in French artistic circles.

The Man Who Rented Boats by Henry Ossawa Tanner / American Art

"The Man Who Rented Boats," Henry Ossawa Tanner, oil on canvas mounted on plywood, 9 x 12 Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Henry Ossawa Tanner, Marshes in New Jersey, 1895, pastel and pencil on paper mounted on paperboard sheet: 9 ½ x 12 ½ in. Smithsonian American Art Museum

"Marshes in New Jersey," Henry Ossawa Tanner, pastel and pencil on paper mounted on paperboard, 9 x 12 Smithsonian American Art Museum.

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