Perfect Ballerina African American Canvas Art

Oopsy Daisy 'Perfect Ballerina - African American' by Kristina Bass Bailey Framed Painting Print Frame Color: Gold

"Giant" - Lynd Ward (1905–1985), wood engraving, 1955 {symbolic art african-american black man freed slave heritage jungle animals b+w montage artwork #noveltechnique #2good2btrue}

"Giant" - Lynd Ward, wood engraving, 1955 {symbolic art african-american black man freed slave heritage jungle animals b+w montage artwork

Leroy Campbell, "Quilted History 2013",15 x 45,  $4500.00. seriously dedicated himself to creating art since 1984. His style is easily recognized due how he depicts human form. A self-taught artist, he is influenced by his birthplace, Monk's Corner, South Carolina. Campbell revisits the rural South in his "Neckbone" series, inhabited by Joe-Neck bone, Joe Neck bone, Jr., and Grandma Corrie. His subjects, proud, God-fearing, and self-reliant, are the backbone of the African-American…

Quilted History 2013 Mixed Media Collage on Canvas Leroy Campbell Originals

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Great African Americans: Women Wishum Gregory Art Print

Henry Ossawa Tanner ~ An immensely gifted and grossly unappreciated African American artist.

Charlotte Mason Picture Study: Henry Ossawa Tanner

Ascending Sisters by Deborah Shedrick Limited Edition Print 35" x 19" Edition Size: 850 Available at Avisca.com

Ascending Sisters by Deborah Shedrick Limited Edition Print x Edition Size: 850

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Leroy Campbell: "Secret Message" print, “My work takes a critical view of social, political and cultural issues of the African American life. life.. I’m inspired by Romare Bearden’s & Jacob Lawrence's images of the South, of the history and struggle of African Americans.  The Newspaper Series, features historical news print as its most dominant feature, and serves as a time capsule that details the perseverance and the intense, unwavering strength of African American people.

Secret Message, 2012 Mixed Media, Acrylic on Canvas - Leroy Campbell - artist

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