Archibald Motley 2021 Wall Calendar
Festivities of the jazz age fill delightful afternoons and balmy nights in these works from Archibald Motley. The Chicago modernist drew from cinematic techniques and painted genre scenes to depict the diversity of black experiences, hoping to speak across racial divides and inspire social change. The twelve images in this calendar span the years between the first and second world wars, eloquently portraying intersecting social classes and celebrating the human spirit. Size: 12 x 26 inches, open.