Malvin Gray Johnson was an African american painter, born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. His family moved to New York, where he studied art at the National Academy of Design. He rose to prominence during the Harlem Renaissance. He was the youngest Harlem Renaissance artist.
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Malvin Gray Johnson only lived for 38 years, but during that time, he ranked high among the most influential African-American men in Black Arts. His work is considered the among the most significant commentaries on the African-American scene.
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