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A limited edition giclee printed on premium heavy stock paper to capture all of the vivid colors and detail of the original work of art by Willie Torbert. This piece depicts three well dressed African American men styling and profiling. Created using Willie Torbert signature techniques this piece is from his "Player Play On" series of paintings. It ships with a certificate of authenticity and signed and numbered by the artist. This piece measures 21 7/8 x 18 1/2 inches in size.

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Description

A limited edition giclee printed on premium heavy stock paper to capture all of the vivid colors and detail of the original work of art by Willie Torbert. This piece depicts three well dressed African American men styling and profiling. Created using Willie Torbert signature techniques this piece is from his "Player Play On" series of paintings. It ships with a certificate of authenticity and signed and numbered by the artist. This piece measures 21 7/8 x 18 1/2 inches in size.

Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity Provided by the Artist
Collection Player Play On Series
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size 275
Framed Unframed
Height 22 inches
Length 18.5 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Signed and Numbered by Artist
SKU wito103
Willie Torbert
Willie Torbert attended Pratt Institute, Medgar Evers College and has publication credits with New York Newsday, Essence Magazine, Essence Art, Sony Entertainment, Mosaic Literary Magazine, Trend Publication, Amsterdam News Bayridge Press, and City Sun. He has exhibited his work in New York, Atlanta, Florida, Washington D.C., and New Orleans. His prestigious listings of Commissions include Essence Magazine, Bacardi Rum, Thelma Hill Performing Arts, Harper Collins Publishers and Henry Street Settlement. As an artist who is also an educator, Willie Torbert has taught within the New York City Board of Education for ten years. During his work with the New York Public School System, Willie exposed his students to many facets of art through an array of mediums. When Willie moved away form his teaching job to work on his art full time, he received an award of citation for his dedication and work with the children of the borough of Brooklyn from Howard Golden, the Brooklyn Borough President. The Nubian Women’s Art Circle recently honored Willie for his outstanding contributions to the advancement of the art of the African Diaspora.
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