Henry Ossawa Tanner

Two artists’ homes listed among most endangered historical sites in the US

The homes of L.V. Hull in Mississippi and Henry Ossawa Tanner in Philadelphia are at risk of irreparable damage or demolition, according to the National Trust for Historic Preservation

Whistler’s career-defining portrait of his mother returns to Philadelphia 142 years after its US debut

The painting commonly referred to as “Whistler’s Mother” will be on view in an exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art exploring artists’ portrayals of their mothers

Home of Henry Ossawa Tanner—one of the first internationally renowned African American artists—faces demolition

A local grassroots group has begun a fundraising campaign to save a piece of local Black history in North Philadelphia