In the 1950S and 60s, African-American artists began a style of landscape artistry that became known as the “Highwaymen style” because of the way they sold their art.”During the 50s and 60s being black, you couldn’t display your artwork in a gallery. You couldn’t use a public restroom,” second generation Highwayman Kelvin Hair said.His father, Alfred Hair, is one of the pioneers of the Highwaymen movement.

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