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Today is #Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This Wednesday, we’re partnering with @epicentercom to celebrate creativity, community and freedom at our fifth annual Juneteenth event. Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor.

Black Art (mid 1900s) by Eldzier Cortor and Furniture (during slavery) by Thomas Day at the MFA yesterday. Celebrate Black artists old and new. .
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#Juneteenth #BlackArt #EldzierCortor #ThomasDay

Totally in love with this #EldzierCortor color #woodcut. 😍😍😍 Swipe left to see some detail shots. #julielovesart #mfaboston #africanamericanart

#eldziercortor at #mfa #boston - on display til August - #beautiful works of #art

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Southern Landscape (Circa 1938-40), oil on canvas by African American artist Eldzier Cortor. From the collection of the Brooklyn Museum #art #artist #EldzierCortor #brooklynmuseum

#EldzierCortor, "Untitled," ca 1970, black ink and sepia ink on paper. In "It's Never Just Black or White" #MichaelRosenfeldGallery @michaelrosenfeldgallery

One of Eldzier Cortor's first moments of popular recognition came in 1946, when Life magazine published one of his figures, a seminude woman. He received prestigious fellowships — including the Guggenheim, which allowed him to travel to Cuba, Jamaica, and Haiti, where he was exposed to new examples of art and culture in the African diaspora. “The idea is to get someone to pause awhile” instead of walking past a picture. You try to just get them to stay with that painting for a while, you don’t just burst past it there. And that’s the idea. If you can get someone, to catch their eye a little bit . . . // ELDZIER CORTOR - Artist

The Room No VI 1948

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Black Art (mid 1900s) by Eldzier Cortor and Furniture (during slavery) by Thomas Day at the MFA yesterday. Celebrate Black artists old and new. .
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#Juneteenth #BlackArt #EldzierCortor #ThomasDay

Proud to know Boston's MFA is paying tribute to #Juneteenth. Admittedly, I wasn't aware of the significance of June 19, but with some research, now understand the importance of this major milestone. Educate yourself - check out this exhibit at the @mfaboston!
Repost from @mfaboston on June 19: Today is #Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This Wednesday, we’re partnering with @epicentercom to celebrate creativity, community and freedom at our fifth annual Juneteenth event. Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor.

One of two by Eldzier Cortor that captured my attention #mfaboston #eldziercortor

#Repost @theculturebazaar (@get_repost)
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"#Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This commemoration dates back to June 19, 1865, when news of the end of the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation’s declaration “that all persons held as slaves are, and henceforward shall be free” reached Galveston, Texas—nearly two-and-a-half years after Lincoln issued the proclamation. Today, this holiday is observed around the country with celebrations including parades, cook-outs, performances, community engagement, and more." -------------------------------------------------------------------
If you are in the #Boston area, join the celebration on Wednesday, June 21st at the Museum of Fine Arts (@mfaboston) to view the collection of art by African American artists, focusing on the exhibition featuring two prominent artists in “Wilson/Cortor. (Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor). Find out what's going on in your neighborhood to celebrate #culture, the education of our history and expression. #HappyJunetheenth #Junetheenth #TheFightContinues

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Today is #Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This Wednesday, we’re partnering with @epicentercom to celebrate creativity, community and freedom at our fifth annual Juneteenth event. Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor.

"#Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This commemoration dates back to June 19, 1865, when news of the end of the Civil War and the Emancipation Proclamation’s declaration “that all persons held as slaves are, and henceforward shall be free” reached Galveston, Texas—nearly two-and-a-half years after Lincoln issued the proclamation. Today, this holiday is observed around the country with celebrations including parades, cook-outs, performances, community engagement, and more." -------------------------------------------------------------------
If you are in the #Boston area, join the celebration on Wednesday, June 21st at the Museum of Fine Arts (@mfaboston) to view the collection of art by African American artists, focusing on the exhibition featuring two prominent artists in “Wilson/Cortor. (Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor). Find out what's going on in your neighborhood to celebrate #culture, the education of our history and expression. #HappyJunetheenth #Junetheenth #TheFightContinues

Today is #Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. This Wednesday, we’re partnering with @epicentercom to celebrate creativity, community and freedom at our fifth annual Juneteenth event. Pictured: “Dance Composition No. 35.” (1970s) by #EldzierCortor.

Can't stay away! One last look at #constructingidentity #curleeravenholton #eldziercortor And an amazing walk through the etchings of #jamesmcneillwhistler So good. #artheals

Obsessed with this painting!! Isn't she so pretty?!!! #eldziercortor - Head of Young Woman

Discovering the art of Eldzier Cortor. Incredible .
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#eldziercortor #fineart #art #museumoffinearts #copperetching #boston

from @thelmagolden - Eldzier Cortor "The Room", 1949. Collection of the Studio Museum in Harlem . On view in Regarding the Figure @studiomuseum until August 6 #StudioMuseum #EldzierCortor

Awoke to this beauty. Repost from @thelmagolden ・・・
Eldzier Cortor "The Room", 1949. Collection of the Studio Museum in Harlem . On view in Regarding the Figure @studiomuseum until August 6 #StudioMuseum #EldzierCortor

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