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Category:Sargent Claude Johnson

English: Sargent Claude Johnson (1888–1967) was one of the first Californian African-American artists to achieve a national reputation. He was known for Abstract Figurative and Early Modern styles. He was a painter, potter, ceramist, printmaker, graphic artist, sculptor, and carver. He worked with a variety of media, including ceramic, clay, oil, stone, terra-cotta, watercolor, and wood. He was in the Communist Party for most of his life.

Sargent Claude Johnson 
Consuelo Kanaga, Sargent Johnson, 1934.jpg
American artist
Date of birth 7 October 1888
Date of death 10 October 1967
San Francisco
Country of citizenship
Educated at
  • San Francisco Art Institute
  • painter
Award received
  • William E. Harmon Foundation award for distinguished achievement among Negroes
Authority control
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