2 edition of James Lesesne Wells found in the catalog.
James Lesesne Wells
Richard J. Powell
by Washington Project for the Arts in Washington, D.C. (434 7th St., N.W., Washington 20004)
Written in English
|Statement||curated and organized by Richard Powell and Jock Reynolds|
|Contributions||Wells, James Lesesne, 1902-, Reynolds, Jock, Washington Project for the Arts (D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||N6537.W363 P68 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 58 p.|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||86051469|
(–93), African American painter, printmaker, and educator. Wells was born on Nov. 2, , in Atlanta, Ga. His father, the Rev. Frederick Wells, was a Baptist minister, and his mother, Hortensia Ruth Lesesne Wells, was a teacher whose family had come from France through Martinique. Description: James Lesesne Wells (American )Table Top Still Life of a Bowl of Fruit and a Copper Kettle Signed J.L. Wells on Masonite19 x /4 in ( x cm)Note:James Lesesne Wells was a professor of fine art at Howard University, Washington, D.C. He was known as an innovative printmaker, specializing in color linoleum.
JAMES LESESNE WELLS, JR. Passed on FrIday, Adored husband of Linda Grant-Wells. In addItion to his wife, he is survived by his daughter, Leslie Michelle Wells; son. Transcript Preface. The following oral history transcript is the result of a recorded interview with James Lesesne Wells on Novem The interview took place in Washington, DC, and was conducted by Richard J. Powell and Jock M. Reynolds for the Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.
James Wells is the author of WiFi Hacking for Beginners ( avg rating, 33 ratings, 5 reviews), Apple Cider Vinegar ( avg rating, 11 ratings, 0 rev /5. James Lesesne Wells was a printmaker, graphic artist and art teacher. He grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and in Florida, studied at Lincoln University in Pennsylvania and at Columbia University in New York.
Lectures on revivals of religion.
Optimisation of disaster forecasting and prevention measures in the context of human and social dynamics
Venus in Sparta.
My feudal lord
Metskers Whatcom County atlas.
Linking Math and Technology Grade 1 (MathLand)
Old English houses
Episcopal and Vatican reaction to the persecution of the Catholic Church in Czechoslovakia.
Particleboard, insulation board, and hardboard
sound and complete Hoare-like system for a fragment of PASCAL.
Strength & Glory
Field book of western wild flowers
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James Lesesne Wells was a leading graphic artist and art teacher, whose work reflected the vitality of the Harlem Renaissance. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia on November 2, His father was a Baptist minister and his mother a teacher.
At an early age, he moved to Florida with his family. James Lesesne Wells left a mark on the art world that goes beyond his own work as a painter and printmaker. In the 39 years he spent teaching art at Howard University, Wells helped mold the skills and launch the careers of a generation of African American artists.
James Lesesne Wells studied at Lincoln University, Pennsylvania, and at the National Academy of Design and Columbia University Teachers' College in New York.
He also studied with Stanley William Hayter at Atelier 17 after World War II. He taught at Howard University, Washington DC, until Reference Entry. words. James Lesesne Wells: Sixty Years in Art Published.
Book (Exhibition Catalog) Duke Authors. Powell, Richard J. Cited Authors. Powell, RJ Published Date. Published By. Washington Project for the Arts Place of Publication. Washington, DC. Book/Printed Material The family and its members, Bibliography: p.
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References. James Lesesne Wells (–) was an African-American graphic artist and painter associated with the Harlem Renaissance. He was an influential art professor at Howard University from to and is considered a pioneer in modern art place: Atlanta, United States.
Wells, James Lesesne () Georgia born Important early African American modernist artist, influenced by the German Expressionists, he specialized in block prints "Star Gazing" Linocut, 17 1/4 in.
x 11 7/8 in. ( mm x mm) Edition of 50 Unframed. James Lesesne Wells was a leading graphic artist and art teacher, whose work reflected the vitality of the Harlem Renaissance. Wells died on Janu at the age of ninety. Reference. Lesesne Wells, James, James Lesesne Wells was born in Atlanta, Georgia in His father was a Baptist minister and his mother a teacher.
At an early age, he moved to Florida with his family. His first Browse art and artists from the Petrucci. Steel and Sky: Views of New York City celebrates the architecture, inhabitants, and imaginative spirit of urban America. The exhibition showcases work by artists such as John Sloan, Isabel Bishop, William H.
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The cover illustration “Ethiopia Appeals for Justice” reproduces a block print by Harlem Renaissance artist James Lesesne Wells – Contents include the history and background of Negro History Week—now Black History Month, first established in by Carter.
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Medium: Linocut on Japanese paper Accession: James Lesesne Wells; James Lesesne Wells: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Richard J Powell; James Lesesne Wells; Jock Reynolds; Washington Project for the Arts (D.C.); Studio Museum in Harlem.
View James Lesesne Wells’s artworks on artnet. Learn about the artist and find an in-depth biography, exhibitions, original artworks, the latest news, and sold auction ality: American.
James Lesesne Wells () was an African-American printmaker focused on experimenting with the formal qualities of his art, pushing his pupils and peers to do the same.
Wells had a passion for education. "Upon Such Sacrifices "By James Lesesne WellsTitle: "Upon such sacrifices the gods themselves throw incense."Artist: James Lesesne Wells (American, )Date: c. sSignature: Signed by initial in the block, "JLW" lower : Original Block PrintSize: Sheet size about /4 x 6 inches; image about 5 x 4 ion: A strongly inked image in very good condition with minor.
James Lesesne Wells Primitive Girl, Linocut on paper " x 7" In James Wells's forty years as an educator, he had a tremendous impact on African American art as it developed in this century. He began as an instructor in at Howard University, where his skill as a master craftsman, artist, and teacher benefited a long line of African.James Lesesne Wells (), an artist best known for his colored aquatints and innovative wood engravings, taught at Howard University in the Art Department for more than 30 years.
Over the course of his long and productive life, he influenced hundreds of artists. Wells was born in .James Lesesne Wells was a leading graphic artist and art teacher, whose work reflected the vitality of the Harlem Renaissance. He was born in Atlanta, Georgia on November 2, His father was a Baptist minister and his mother a teacher.
At an early age, he moved to Florida with his ality: American.