Richard Norris Brooke

Richard Norris Brooke (October 20, 1847 - April 25, 1920) was an American painter known especially for his genre scenes depicting African-American subjects. He has been described as "first in the midst of several artists who brought a national distinction to the Washington art community, and who were instrumental in making it more professional through the creation of schools, clubs, and exhibitions."

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