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Malcolm X

Jay Bakari
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A powerful work of art by Jay Bakari depicting the scholar, minister, black nationalist and human rights activist El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X), one of the most influential African Americans of all time.

Ossie Davis once said, "Malcolm was our manhood, our living black manhood".

This reproduction was created from a pencil drawing by Jay C. Bakari and is available framed or unframed.

The unframed offset lithograph measures 19x20 inches (paper size) and 17.5x18 inches (image size). We frame this work of art in a black and silver stacked frame. Measures 22.5x22 inches framed. 

Perfect for any student or fan of Malcolm X or those looking for African American historical art. Learn and Live the Legacy!

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Description

A powerful work of art by Jay Bakari depicting the scholar, minister, black nationalist and human rights activist El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Malcolm X), one of the most influential African Americans of all time.

Ossie Davis once said, "Malcolm was our manhood, our living black manhood".

This reproduction was created from a pencil drawing by Jay C. Bakari and is available framed or unframed.

The unframed offset lithograph measures 19x20 inches (paper size) and 17.5x18 inches (image size). We frame this work of art in a black and silver stacked frame. Measures 22.5x22 inches framed. 

Perfect for any student or fan of Malcolm X or those looking for African American historical art. Learn and Live the Legacy!

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Available Framed or Unframed
Height 19 inches
Length 20 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU jaba125
Jay Bakari
Born in Pittsburgh, Jay began his formal art education in high school at Forbes Road Vocational East. From there he attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Ivy School of Art, and finally transferred from Ivy to The Art Institute of Pittsburgh. He ran out of money before he completed his degree, however, and was forced to continue the development of his skills while supporting himself with a day job and utilizing the resources of local libraries.
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