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Henry Battle
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A durable and compact pocket mirror adorned with a popular religious-themed work of art by Henry Battle. It depicts an African American woman with hands outstretched engaged in praising the Heavenly Father. Each pocket mirror has a rose gold colored metal alloy case with an epoxy dome. The interior mirrors have a diameter of 2.7 inches. The exterior of the mirror has a diameter of 2.85 inches and is approximately .5 inches thick.

Makes a great gift for fans of African American religious art or Henry Battle. Every pocket mirror ships in a clear gift bag with silver ribbon. Push button open closure. 

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Description

A durable and compact pocket mirror adorned with a popular religious-themed work of art by Henry Battle. It depicts an African American woman with hands outstretched engaged in praising the Heavenly Father. Each pocket mirror has a rose gold colored metal alloy case with an epoxy dome. The interior mirrors have a diameter of 2.7 inches. The exterior of the mirror has a diameter of 2.85 inches and is approximately .5 inches thick.

Makes a great gift for fans of African American religious art or Henry Battle. Every pocket mirror ships in a clear gift bag with silver ribbon. Push button open closure. 

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 2.85 inches
Length 2.85 inches
Medium Metal
Signed Unsigned
SKU MCM113
Year Released 2018
Henry Battle
Henry Battle, a.k.a. Hbatto, a Californian native and well traveled Air Force veteran, now rooted in Atlanta GA, describes his style as richly realistic figurative snapshots of life. His subject matter ranges from spiritual and family-oriented, to romantic moments that he freezes in time. After feeling the passion of his subjects from a distance, he wants the viewer to walk up close and be drawn into the detail of it, discovering a bit more each time. Henry produced his first artwork a limited edition, colored pencil drawing entitled Last Single Thoughts while stationed at Ramstein Air Base, Germany in 1991.
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