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09.2 Black Women

During the 1860s Johnson painted Black men, women, and children that bestow on them dignity, intelligence, and grace. Many in his family, including his sister Harriet May and her husband Reverend Joseph May were ardent abolitionists. To Johnson, Blacks were not subjects to be ridiculed or satirized. —PH

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Hills no. 9.2.3
1907 Sale no. 128
Dinnertime and Appletime in Old Virginia
Alternate title: possibly Dinner Time in Old Virginia
22 x 25 1/2 in. (55.9 x 64.8 cm)
Record last updated April 7, 2022. Please note that the information on this and all pages is periodically reviewed and subject to change.
Citation: Hills, Patricia, and Abigael MacGibeny. "Dinnertime and Appletime in Old Virginia, c.1862–65 (Hills no. 9.2.3)." Eastman Johnson Catalogue Raisonné. www.eastmanjohnson.org/catalogue/entry.php?id=96 (accessed on May 26, 2024).