Artist: Earle Wilton Richardson

 

Earle Wilton Richardson, a renowned African-American artist, gained fame for his iconic oil painting "Employment of Negroes in Agriculture" created in 1934. The artwork depicts two men, two women, and a child who were cotton workers of Black descent. Commissioned under the New Deal initiative, Richardson tragically took his own life the following year. He was born and lived in New York City.

Employment of Negroes in Agriculture, 1934 (AKA: Cotton Pickers)  by Earle Wilton Richardson
Fine Art Paper
 
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Employment of Negroes in Agriculture, 1934 (AKA: Cotton Pickers) by Earle Wilton Richardson
Fine Art Paper
 
$25.00
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