Charles Alston

Charles Alston in 1939 Charles Henry Alston (November 28, 1907 – April 27, 1977) was an African-American painter, sculptor, illustrator, muralist and teacher who lived and worked in the New York City neighborhood of Harlem. Alston was active in the Harlem Renaissance; Alston was the first African-American supervisor for the Works Progress Administration's Federal Art Project. Alston designed and painted murals at the Harlem Hospital and the Golden State Mutual Life Insurance Building. In 1990 Alston's bust of Martin Luther King, Jr. became the first image of an African American displayed at the White House. Provided by Wikipedia

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1755
printed by W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran. Sold by G. Hamilton & J. Balfour

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1757
printed by Sands, Donaldson, Murray, and Cochran. Sold by G. Hamilton and J. Balfour

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1752
printed by W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran. Sold by G. Hamilton and J. Balfour

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1754
printed by W. Sands, A. Murray, and J. Cochran. Sold by G. Hamilton & J. Balfour

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1754
printed for Benj. Dod, at the Bible and Key in Ave-Mary-Lane

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1770
printed for Edward and Charles Dilly, in the Poultry; and A. Kincaid and J. Bell, at Edinburgh

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1740
apud W. Sands, A. Brymer, A. Murray & J. Cochran

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by Alston, Charles
Published 1752
typis W. Sands, A. Murray, & J. Cochran. Veneunt autem apud G. Hamilton & J. Balfour