James A. Porter

James A. Porter net worth and salary: James A. Porter is a Historian who has a net worth of $15 Million. James A. Porter was born in in December 22, 1905. American scholar and artist who helped to establish the field of African-American art history.
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Popular As James A. Porter
Occupation Historian
Age 115 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born December 22, 1905 (Maryland)
Birthday December 22
Town/City Maryland
Nationality Maryland

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American scholar and artist who helped to establish the field of African-American art history.

Before Fame

He started his career by studying drawing and painting at Howard University. He went on to study at New York's Art Institute and at Paris' Sorbonne and finally received his M.A. in art history from New York University.


His 1943 publication, "Modern Negro Art," was the first comprehensive examination of African-American art.

Family Life

He was married to Dorothy Burnett, with whom he had a daughter.

Associated With

He and Willard Hughes Rollings were both prominent scholars.

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