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First Sunday

Gilbert Young
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First Sunday is an African-American work of art by Gilbert Young depicting three young girls in wearing white dresses and bows in their hair sitting on fold-able chairs and talking amongst eachother.

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Description
First Sunday is an African-American work of art by Gilbert Young depicting three young girls in wearing white dresses and bows in their hair sitting on fold-able chairs and talking amongst eachother.
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Edition Open Edition
Height 21 Inches
Length 34 Inches
Medium Art Print
SKU giyo114
Gilbert Young
Gilbert Young is a painter, muralist, graphic artist, conservator and arts advocate. Born in Cincinnati Ohio in 1941, Gilbert Young studied at the Cincinnati Art Academy and University of Cincinnati, and received conservation training under the tutelage of Byron Adams. Gilbert Young's works show African Americans as a people of a rich heritage and a positive and colorful future. As Gilbert Young states, "My objective is to illustrate Black life as a positive form locked in holy matrimony with mankind.
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