African-American artist John Wilson attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Leger School of Art, Paris, and Escuela de las Artes del Libro, Mexico City. Working in drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture, he is most celebrated for his monumental busts of Martin Luther King Jr. and anonymous heads of black men. Wilson was appointed professor at the School of Fine and Applied Arts at Boston University in 1964. In 1986 he became Professor Emeritus at Boston University.
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