Figure 2. Portraits by 19th-century Baltimore Black artist Joshua Johnson hang above works by contemporary artists David Hammons and Todd Johnson that are paired with a Charleston, SC, silver tea service from the workshop of John Ewan and a salver by Alexander Petrie atop a Baltimore, MD, sideboard attributed to the workshop of Edward Priestly. Works by Hammons on loan courtesy of the Hudgins Family Collection, New York and the collection of Nicolas Rohatyn and Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn, New York. Sideboard on loan from Colonial Williamsburg. Other objects are from the MESDA collection.