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- For the English academic, see Richard Mayew.
Richard Mayhew (born April 3, 1924) is an Afro-Native American landscape painter. His abstract landscapes are informed by his experiences as an African American/Native American and his interest in the performing arts. He was a member of Spiral, a black painters' group in the 1960s in New York that included Romare Bearden, Charles Alston and Hale Woodruff as members.
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- Cooks, Bridget R.; Mayhew, Richard (2009). The art of Richard Mayhew. San Francisco, Calif.: Museum of the African Diaspora. ISBN 9781616232696.