Harper Trenholm Phillips
Harper Trenholm Phillips is active/lives in Alabama. Harper Phillips is known for figurative expression painting.
Born in Courtland, AL, Harper T. Phillips was a student of Hayward Oubré
at Alabama State College in Montgomery, a talented group that included
William Anderson and Herman "Kofi" Bailey. Phillips anchored the art
department at Grambling College, LA, through the late 1950s, taught at
Fisk University with Gregory Ridley, and later in the New York City area
in the 1970s. Two of his late 1950s figurative paintings are
illlustrated in Cedric Dover's American Negro Art. His paintings are also in the permanent collections of Paul R. Jones, University of Delaware, and Atlanta University.