Palmer Hayden is known his landscapes and depictions of African American life in the United States in the early 1900’s. He also painted seascapes in both in oils and watercolor. Palmer Hayden came from a poor background in Virginia but worked at various menial jobs in order to fund his artistic ambitions. He joined the Army and was stationed in the Philippines with the Black contingent. On his return he moved to Greenwich Village in New York, and won a gold medal for a painting submitted to the Harmon Foundation The money he won allowed him to visit Paris and on his return to New York he was associated with the Harlem Renaissance art movement. Hayden is most famous for his series of 12 works about the Negro folk hero John Henry.- https://www.reproduction-gallery.com/artist/palmer-hayden/
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