Romare Bearden Untitled Postersave to cart
Romare Bearden Out Chorus 1978 Signed Limited Edition Silkscreen Etchingsave to cart
Romare Bearden Introduction for a Blues Queen Jazz Series 1979 Original Artsave to cart
Romare Bearden 1979 Signed Original Art ~ Tenor Sermon ~ Jazz Seriessave to cart
Romare Bearden Signed Limited Edition Lithograph 1979 Framedsave to cart
Romare Bearden Girl In The Garden Original Lithograph Signed Artsave to cart
Romare Bearden Signed Lithograph Mourningsave to cart
Romare Bearden The Lantern 1981 Original Signed Art Lithograph Framedsave to cart
Romare Bearden The Open Door 1979 Original Signed Art Lithographsave to cart
Romare Bearden Conversation 1979 Signed Original Lithograph 21.5” x 28”save to cart
Nanette Bearden Dance Theater Poster Art Unsignedsave to cart
SELECTED MUSEUM EXHIBITIONS
- Museum of Modem Art, New York, NY
- Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY
- Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY
- Boston Museum of Fine Arts, MA
- Philadelphia Museum of Art, PA
SELECTED SOLO SHOWS
- 1940 Addison Bates, 1st solo show, New York. NY
- 1965-66 Corcoran Gallery, 1st solo museum show, Washington, D.C.
- 1971 Museum of Modern Art, “Romare Bearden, 1940-1970: The Prevalence of Ritual,” mid-career retrospective, NYC
- 1980 “Romare Bearden: 1970 –1980” Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC 1992-94 “A Graphic Odyssey: Romare Bearden as Printmaker,” traveling retrospective,’ including The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, CA
- 2003 September 14, – 2004 January 4, National Gallery of Art,
- 2004 February 7 – May 16, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art,
- 2004 June 20 – September 12, Dallas Museum of Art,
- 2004 October 14, -2005 January 9, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York,
- 2005 January 29 – April 24, 2005 High Museum of Art, Atlanta,
The Art of Romare Bearden, the most comprehensive retrospective ever assembled of the large and diverse body of work by one of America’s preeminent 20th-century artists, will be presented bythe National Gallery of Art in its East Building, September 14, 2003 – January 4, 2004.
Approximately 130 works–paintings; drawings and watercolors; monotypes and edition prints; collages of diversematerials, including fabrics; photographs; wood sculpture; and designs for record albums, costumes and stage sets, and book illustrations–will explore the complexity and scope of the artist’s evolution and will feature many rarely exhibited and/or never before reproduced works from private collections.
Organized by the National Gallery of Art, the exhibition will also be seen with slight variation at theSan Francisco Museum of Modern Art, February 7 May 16, 2004; the Dallas Museum of Art, June 20 – September 12, 2004; The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, October 14, 2004 – January 9, 2005; and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, January 29, 2005 – April 24, 2005.
Birthplace: Charlotte, North Carolina