Hear No Evil (Male)
- Open Edition
- African American Art
- Religious Theme
- The Fine Art of Sterling Brown
- Available Framed or Unframed
Hear No Evil (Female) by Sterling Brown is a stunning religious art print featuring an African American man who is covering his ears with the Holy Bible as he refuses to be defiled or influenced by the words of man.
"Blessed is the man who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stands in the path of sinners, nor sits in the seat of the scornful." - Psalms 1:1
This work of art is a biblical twist on the maxim "Hear No Evil, Speak No Evil, See No Evil" that can allegedly be traced all the way back to Confucius' Code of Conduct.
Available Framed or Unframed.
Unframed: 8.25x10.25 inches (paper size) - 8x10 inches (image size) - $7.99
Unframed: 11x14 inches (paper size) - 11x14 inches (image size)
Framed: 12x14 inches (framed size) - 8x10 inches (image size) - $19.99
Framed: 15x18 inches (framed size) - 11x14 inches (image size)
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Sterling BrownSterling Brown is one of the nation’s most prolific poster artists, and the top in demand on the African American art circuit. His creations, like the wildly popular Spiritual Nap and Looking Good Cooking series, result in instant recognition. And seasoned art collectors make his originals a must have addition to their fine art collections. In addition to being a painter, Sterling Brown is also a sculptor. Sterling was honored as the artist chosen to create and design a 911 Statue to the fallen firefighters of the New York City Fire Department. His creation marking the 10th anniversary of the tragedy. Sterling was also selected as the artist to capture the life of Naval hero Carl Brashear. Sterling’s painting of Brashear was the centerpiece during the christening of the U.S.S Carl Brashear, where military dignitaries and Robert DeNiro, the star of the Brashear biopic “Men of Honor”, praised Sterling. Sterling Brown was not only commissioned for the painting of Brashear, Sterling also made the life size bust honoring the first African American diver.
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