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Hulis Mavruk
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Open edition work of art by Hulis Mavruk depicting a  young African American boy using the restroom. Perfect art print for your child's bathroom. This mini print is available framed or unframed.

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Description
Open edition work of art by Hulis Mavruk depicting a  young African American boy using the restroom. Perfect art print for your child's bathroom. This mini print is available framed or unframed.
Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Framed Select Above
Height 10 inches
Length 8 inches
Medium Paper
SKU BT5626
Hulis Mavruk
Hulis Mavruk was born in Southern Turkey on July 4, 1952. A self-taught artist, Mavruk has been painting professionally since the age of 6, providing him with the means to continually refine his technique. In Turkey, he had a gallery and portrait studio on Incirlik Air Force Base, where U.S. Air Force officers actually paid him to do their portraits. Mavruk's respect for the African American community dates from this period, when many of his customers were African American Air Force officers. Since moving to the United States in 1972, he has embraced the African American community by painting images portraying African American leaders, religious ideals, and family life. Mavruk believes that his work can inspire young African Americans to take pride in their heritage and try to emulate their leaders.
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