Essays that explore how a system of patronage and sexism marginalized some remarkable visual artists contributions from rene ater kirsten pai buick susan earle lisa farrington melanie herzog amy helene kirschke theresa leininger miller and cary d wintz women artists of the harlem renaissance dealt with issues that were unique to both . Get more acquainted with the black women writers artists poets journalists and others of the harlem renaissance. Women artists of the harlem renaissance dealt with issues that were unique to both their gender and their race they experienced racial prejudice which limited their ability to obtain training and to be taken seriously as working artists. Harlem renaissance visual art and the harlem community art on womens experiences and voices would inspire subsequent black women writers beginning with . The harlem renaissance began around 1918 to 1920 and was an era of african american art the period was sparked by literary discussions in lower manhattan greenwich village and upper manhattan harlem and new york city
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