On the other hand, Jones began her career, after excellent preparation at the School of the Museum of Fine Art, Boston, at a time when racial prejudice and discrimination were universal features of American life. Although she was born in New England, her life was not free of fine color barriers, which sometimes expressed themselves in more muted tones. Except for France, where she enjoyed freedom from U.S. racial attitudes, and some fortunate experiences with particularly fair-minded arts figures. Jones engineered her professional place in spite of barriers. Jones is a pioneering and masterful twentieth-century American artist who has overcome prejudices and roadblocks without losing the vitality, warmth, and color that earmark her brilliant work.
In this short detailed body I will atempt to discuss two different types of artwork. The first piece of artwork is called Knowledge of the Past is the Key to the future (Love Makes the World go Round). This painting was done by Robert Colescott. He was born 1925 in Oakland, California. As a child, Colescott had little contact to visual art. He does, however, remember seeing his