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Divine Greatness

Frank Morrison
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Description

An empowering limited edition work of art by the acclaimed illustrator, author and artist, Frank Morrison. It depicts a Black woman who has been inspired by the greatness of the incredible African American musicians that came before her. 

Available as a giclee on canvas. This work of art has an image size of 30x30 inches.


Limited Edition: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 40pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $800.00

Remarque: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 10pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $900.00

Artist Proof: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 10pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $1000.00


Note: This is print on demand giclee on canvas. Expedited shipping is not available for this item. It will take 4 to 14 business days to process and ship this item.

$800.00

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Description

An empowering limited edition work of art by the acclaimed illustrator, author and artist, Frank Morrison. It depicts a Black woman who has been inspired by the greatness of the incredible African American musicians that came before her. 

Available as a giclee on canvas. This work of art has an image size of 30x30 inches.


Limited Edition: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 40pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $800.00

Remarque: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 10pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $900.00

Artist Proof: 30x30 inches (image size) - Edition Size: 10pcs - Giclee on Canvas - $1000.00


Note: This is print on demand giclee on canvas. Expedited shipping is not available for this item. It will take 4 to 14 business days to process and ship this item.
Specs.
Cert. Of Authenticity Certificate of Authenticity Provided by the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 30 inches
Length 30 inches
Medium Canvas
Signed Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU morrison-divine
Year Released 2019
Frank Morrison
Frank Morrison (b. 1971) started his journey as a graffiti artist in New Jersey, tagging walls with spray paint. However, it was the opportunity to tour with music artist Sybil as a breakdancer, an influential high school art teacher, and a visit to the Louvre Museum in Paris that opened him up to new artistic and creative avenues. An early indoctrine into hip-hop culture can be seen through Morrison’s work, which has been dubbed a mash-up of urban mannerism, graffiti and abstract contemporary, and reflects deeply on the lost of human stories from past eras. Morrison strives to capture people as they are, translating emotions through his paintings and leaving a memoir of our life and times today.
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