African american artwork

Explore a collection of stunning African American artwork that captures the beauty, history, and culture of the community. Discover powerful pieces that will inspire and add a touch of diversity to your art collection.
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About this item Canvas Prints Wall Art: canvas painting is a modern way to brighten the walls of your home, will bring you a light, happy and relaxed mood. In any space, they are amazing artwork. Premium Quality: The pictures are created with premium canvas material and certified eco-friendly inks, vivid color, smooth texture, comfortable touch, the canvas fabric does not shrink, with stunning quality and long lasting durability. Frame--Ready to Hang: Each panel of canvas prints already…

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Angela Abb
African American Artist, American Artists, African American Quilts, Pollock Paintings, Art Gallery, Black Art Painting, New York Museums, South African Artists, Jackson Pollock

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Francine Gant
Myth of the flying Africans: Wallace Quarterman, an African-American born in 1844 who was interviewed in 1930, when asked if he had heard about the #Igbo landing states: Ain't you heard about them? Well, at that timeMr.Blue he was the overseer and Mr.Blue he go down one morning with a long whip for to whip them good; Anyway, he whipped them good and they got together and stuck that hoe in the field and then rose up in the sky and turned themselves into buzzards and flew. Wikipedia/Donovan Nelson African American Literature, African American Artwork, African Art, Grafiti, Georgia, Afrocentric Art, Black Knowledge, Black History Facts, Black Artwork

Myth of the flying Africans: Wallace Quarterman, an African-American born in 1844 who was interviewed in 1930, when asked if he had heard about the #Igbo landing states: Ain't you heard about them? Well, at that timeMr.Blue he was the overseer and Mr.Blue he go down one morning with a long whip for to whip them good; Anyway, he whipped them good and they got together and stuck that hoe in the field and then rose up in the sky and turned themselves into buzzards and flew. Wikipedia/Donovan…

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Ross Brown