African-American artists of the Harlem Renaissance, such as Aaron Douglas and Palmer Hayden, often use abstraction in their artwork. Other times they work in a more realistic art style, such as we see in the sculpture of Augusta Savage. Look at the examples of Harlem Renaissance art in Chapter 4, part 1.
In what different ways do they use abstraction? What subjects do we see in the art of the Harlem Renaissance? How does their choice of subject matter relate to their artistic choices? Can you find examples of their art that illustrate those differences in style