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A Nubian Lady

William Tolliver
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An open edition release from the international renown and celebrated artist William Tolliver. It depicts an African American woman using vibrant and brilliant colors and crafted in his unique style known as "representational abstract expressionism". 

Available in a variety of sizes.

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Description

An open edition release from the international renown and celebrated artist William Tolliver. It depicts an African American woman using vibrant and brilliant colors and crafted in his unique style known as "representational abstract expressionism". 

Available in a variety of sizes.

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Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height Select Size Above
Length Select Size Above
Medium Paper
Signed Unsigned
SKU tolliver-nubianlady
William Tolliver
Tolliver believes the purpose of art is to communicate with his fellow human beings. “Art has no place in society,” Tolliver contended in the Lafayette Times, “if it doesn’t move anybody but its creator.” This belief, combined with passion and an exploratory creative intelligence, has produced works rich in human experience. Like the great African American storytellers and musicians portrayed in his works, Tolliver possesses a visionary artist talent that has emerged as a gift to American culture. Tolliver has received numerous awards and recognitions for his contributions in the field of art. He has been featured in major art publications, including The Art Gallery International and the International Review of African American Art. His works is in the permanent collections of the Corcoran Museum, McKissick Museum, Hampton University Museum, New Orleans Museum of Art and the Zigler Museum.
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