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Double Dutch

Phyllis Stephens
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Description

Were you a jumper, a turner or both?

This work of art harkens back to the days when young African American girls would spend afternoons playing double dutch in parks, playgrounds and on the sidewalk in city streets.

This work of art depicts a group of African American children busy having fun playing double dutch in the city on the sidewalk.

Available in a variety of sizes and on paper or canvas. 


Size: 24x24 inches - Medium: Paper - Cost: $28.99
Size: 24x24 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost:  $92.99
Size: 36x36 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost: $187.99
Size: 48x48 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost: $311.99


Note: Large canvas images are made on demand. These are not available for expedited shipping and ship in 3 to 14 business days. All canvas images shipped rolled and unstretched.

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Description

Were you a jumper, a turner or both?

This work of art harkens back to the days when young African American girls would spend afternoons playing double dutch in parks, playgrounds and on the sidewalk in city streets.

This work of art depicts a group of African American children busy having fun playing double dutch in the city on the sidewalk.

Available in a variety of sizes and on paper or canvas. 


Size: 24x24 inches - Medium: Paper - Cost: $28.99
Size: 24x24 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost:  $92.99
Size: 36x36 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost: $187.99
Size: 48x48 inches - Medium: Canvas - Cost: $311.99


Note: Large canvas images are made on demand. These are not available for expedited shipping and ship in 3 to 14 business days. All canvas images shipped rolled and unstretched.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.
Length Available in a Variety of Sizes. See Product Description.
Medium Paper or Canvas
Signed Unsigned
SKU S1085D
Phyllis Stephens
Phyllis Stephens is an award-winning fifth generation quilt maker, considered by critics to be a Master of African-American Story Quilts. Simply stated her quilts are inspirational. She has quilted professionally for more than thirty years. Her quilts have been displayed in some of the most prestigious museums and galleries in the world; such as The Museum of the American Quilter’s Society in Paducah, Kentucky and the Fine Art Museum of Ghana Africa. It was a special honor for her to show in Ghana, the fabric capital of the world.
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