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Hemlock Grove - 2013
Hemlock Grove - 2013
Producers Ball 2012, Toronto, Canada
The SciFi Channel 2008 Upfront Party, New York, America - 18 Mar 2008
The SciFi Channel 2008 Upfront Party, New York, America - 18 Mar 2008
Sci Fi Channel Upfront, New York, America - 18 Mar 2008
'Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
Late Show with David Letterman', New York, America - 17 Mar 2008
'BATTLESTAR GALACTICA' ORIGINAL 1979 CAST REUNION, BRUNEL CENTRE, SWINDON, BRITAIN - 11 AUG 2005
'BATTLESTAR GALACTICA' ORIGINAL 1979 CAST REUNION, BRUNEL CENTRE, SWINDON, BRITAIN - 11 AUG 2005
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
Battlestar Galactica - 2003
FROM SLAVERY THROUGH RECONSTRUCTION, by Aaron Douglas, 1934, African American oil painting. The central figure alludes to Emancipation and grabs the attention of the Cotton pickers, while threatening Klansmen approach from left. The four-panel series, ASPECTS OF NEGRO LIFE, was painted under the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), for the New York Public Librarys 135th Street branch, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
AN IDYLL OF THE DEEP SOUTH, by Aaron Douglas, 1934, African American painting, oil on canvas. The star on left was thought to be the North star, which guided escaping slaves. In 1971, the artist revealed it was his version of the red star of Communism to illustrate the hope that equality be attained through political change. The four-panel series, ASPECTS OF NEGRO LIFE, was painted under the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), for the New York Public Librarys 135th Street branch, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
SONG OF THE TOWERS, by Aaron Douglas, 1934, African American painting, oil on canvas. Painting alludes to the Great Migration of African peoples to the cities of the Northern US in the early 20th century. The four-panel series, ASPECTS OF NEGRO LIFE, was painted under the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), for the New York Public Librarys 135th Street branch, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
THE NEGRO IN AN AFRICAN SETTING, by Aaron Douglas, 1934, African American painting, oil on canvas. The four-panel series, ASPECTS OF NEGRO LIFE, was painted under the Public Works of Art Project (PWAP), for the New York Public Librarys 135th Street branch, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture
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