Art Authority Focuses on African-American Artists for Black History Month
Brings all 60 Jacob Lawrence Migration panels together in one place

Ashland OR – January 30, 2018 – Art Authority LLC and its 1000Museums brand today unveiled “Focus on African-American Artists” a website celebrating African-American art as part of February’s Black History Month. A highlight of the site at is the availability, in order, of archival reproductions of all 60 panels from Jacob Lawrence’s Migration series, rarely available in one place either physically or online.

As with other Art Authority Focus sites, provides a succinct overview of major aspects of the subject and makes available museum-approved archival prints of the key works of art involved. In addition to a wide selection of works by Jacob Lawrence, the site also includes art by Horace Pippin, Faith Ringgold, Henry Tanner and many others.

A number of 1000Museums partners have related African-American art exhibitions starting in February. These include “Soul of a Nation” at Crystal Bridges, “We Wanted a Revolution” at Albright-Knox, “Something to Say” at the McNay Museum, “History, Labor, Life: The Prints of Jacob Lawrence" at the Harn and “Faith Ringgold an American Artist" at the Crocker. The Migration panels themselves are split between MoMA in New York and the Phillips Collection in Washington DC.

Art Authority is proud to have worked with major institutions, artists and estates to create Focus sites highlighting their artistic heritage, including the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, US Library of Congress, National Gallery UK, Latin American artists, and the Mark Rothko and Henri Matisse estates. 

Art Authority's Focus sites feature their established 1000Museums brand, known for the latest in print-on-demand technology, top-quality archival reproductions, and its broad set of museum and cultural institution relationships. The full 1000Museums print-on-demand line is available at

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