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Essay by Lowery Stokes Sims
Beauford Delaney, Norman Lewis and Alma Thomas – three African American masters of abstraction - were courageous in their pursuit and commitment to a non-representational language despite intense pressures from the African American community to depict social realist images. For each artist, abstraction was the ideal, universal language to express the beauty of the natural world, light and emotion.
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