Joseph Norman (American, b. 1957)
A highly regarded educator and artist, Joseph Norman is widely considered a world-class draughtsman. Many scholars and art historians place Norman, among the most important African American muralist and printmakers of his generation. Norman has worked with the youth populations of the Caribbean and Central and South America for decades. A sensitive voice in the art world, he dedicates time and energy to empowering young people through the creative process of mural painting. Through his community outreach and service learning initiatives in the arts, Norman has touched the lives and sparked the imaginations of thousands of youths throughout the Americas. Joseph Norman is a Professor of Art at the Lamar Dodd School of Art, University of Georgia and Distinguished Visiting Professor of Art at Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island. He is the former Chairman of the Painting and Drawing Department and Founder of Study Abroad Latin America, Cuba, Costa Rica, Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands. Joseph Norman has lived and worked in Canada, Germany, Spain, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and Cuba. His works are housed in America’s most important museums and public collections including: The Museum of Modern Art, NY, The Museum of Fine Arts Boston, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, The National Gallery, The Fogg Museum, Harvard, Cambridge, The Albright Museum, NY and Smithsonian Museum of American Art, Washington, DC.
Portrait of Innocence
|Stone lithograph on paper
|8 ¾ x 10 inches; Framed: 19 x 19 5/8 inches
|Signed, center right; Dated, upper right; Numbered, lower right
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