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Uptown Diva

Frank Morrison
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A limited edition giclee on canvas by Frank Morrison that depicts an African American woman and true uptown diva sitting on top of her radio as she listens to real hip hop music and watches all the happenings taking place in her neighborhood. A member of Frank Morrison's acclaimed Urban Mannerism collection. Measures 24x24 inches.

Limited Edition: Giclee on Canvas - 50pcs (Edition Size) - $599 (Price)

Remarque: Giclee on Canvas - 10pcs (Edition Size) - $699 (Price)

Artist Proof: Giclee on Canvas - 5pcs (Edition Size) - $799 (Price)

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Description

A limited edition giclee on canvas by Frank Morrison that depicts an African American woman and true uptown diva sitting on top of her radio as she listens to real hip hop music and watches all the happenings taking place in her neighborhood. A member of Frank Morrison's acclaimed Urban Mannerism collection. Measures 24x24 inches.

Limited Edition: Giclee on Canvas - 50pcs (Edition Size) - $599 (Price)

Remarque: Giclee on Canvas - 10pcs (Edition Size) - $699 (Price)

Artist Proof: Giclee on Canvas - 5pcs (Edition Size) - $799 (Price)

Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist
Collection Urban Mannerism Collection
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size See Product Description
Framed Unframed
Height 24 inches
Length 24 inches
Medium Giclee on Canvas
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU frmo900
Year Released 2016
Frank Morrison
Born in Massachusetts then brought by his family to live in New Jersey at an early age, Frank Morrison was reared and spent his formative years there, an affable, precocious and inquisitive youngster whose curiosity about everything around him seemed limitless. Then, as an energetic pre-teen, he was interested and enthused by the youthful fads, interests and activities which marked his world: the neighborhood DJ's with their followers and fans at neighborhood parties, the colorful ‘tags’ of local characters which were splashed across fences, parks and buildings, and the loose-jointed "B" boys and break-dancers who enlivened week-end party scenes. In this setting his world was suddenly rife with possibilities and he became convinced that he, too, could DO this!
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