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house still has divided rooms, though open arches allow some visibility

house still has divided rooms, though open arches allow some visibility

Art © Romare Bearden Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY Madeleine Jones’ Wonderful Garden (Mecklenburg County), 1977. Collage of various papers with ink, graphite, and surface abrasion on fiberboard, 13 x 15 ½ inches. Constance and Frederick Brown, Belmont, Massachusetts. Image Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington.

Art © Romare Bearden Foundation/Licensed by VAGA, New York, NY Madeleine Jones’ Wonderful Garden (Mecklenburg County), 1977. Collage of various papers with ink, graphite, and surface abrasion on fiberboard, 13 x 15 ½ inches. Constance and Frederick Brown, Belmont, Massachusetts. Image Courtesy National Gallery of Art, Washington.

Nice transom door (transom on Pittsburgh row houses; maximizing window space)

Nice transom door (transom on Pittsburgh row houses; maximizing window space)

1920s living room – look at that LAMP, that LINO, and the piano (organ?) tucked in

1920s living room – look at that LAMP, that LINO, and the piano (organ?) tucked in

1920s parlor. Rugs! Bizarrely small furniture? great table, piano

1920s parlor. Rugs! Bizarrely small furniture? great table, piano

Romare Bearden (Sept. 2, 1911 – March 12, 1988) was an African-American artist and writer. He worked in several media including cartoons, oils, and collage. In its obituary for him, the New York Times called Bearden "one of America's pre-eminent artists" and "the nation's foremost collagist.”

Romare Bearden (Sept. 2, 1911 – March 12, 1988) was an African-American artist and writer. He worked in several media including cartoons, oils, and collage. In its obituary for him, the New York Times called Bearden "one of America's pre-eminent artists" and "the nation's foremost collagist.”