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Just Us Two

John Holyfield
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A romantic limited edition release depicting an African American couple enjoying some quality time with one another during a planned picnic outing in a rural setting. Available as a giclee on paper or giclee on canvas.

Note: This item is not eligible for expedited shipping. It is a Giclee that is published on demand. The turnaround time is typically 3 to 14 business days.


Giclee on Paper: 28x22 inches - 500pcs (edition size) - $349.99 (cost)

Giclee on Canvas: 30x24 inches - 250pcs (edition size) - $749.99 (cost)

XL Giclee on Canvas: 40x32 inches - 100pcs (edition size) - $899.99 (cost)


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Description

A romantic limited edition release depicting an African American couple enjoying some quality time with one another during a planned picnic outing in a rural setting. Available as a giclee on paper or giclee on canvas.

Note: This item is not eligible for expedited shipping. It is a Giclee that is published on demand. The turnaround time is typically 3 to 14 business days.


Giclee on Paper: 28x22 inches - 500pcs (edition size) - $349.99 (cost)

Giclee on Canvas: 30x24 inches - 250pcs (edition size) - $749.99 (cost)

XL Giclee on Canvas: 40x32 inches - 100pcs (edition size) - $899.99 (cost)


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Cert. Of Authenticity Ships with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Artist
Edition Limited Edition
Edition Size See Product Description
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 Signed and Numbered by the Artist
SKU holyfield-ustwo
Year Released 2021
John Holyfield
John's work has a strong southern folksy feel, capturing the essence of rural life. His main themes are family, spirituality and culture. For much of his subject matter, he draws from his family members,childhood memories and stories from his grandmothers. His grandmothers are his greatest inspirations; which explains the repetition of women in his works. John has always been captivated by the church and often depicts images related to spirituality. John also focuses on aspects such as music, heritage and traditions that set his race apart from others... yet his use of timeless themes make the images relative to anyone who views them. Such artists as Ernie Barnes and Norman Rockwell inspire John's style. Like Barnes, his compositions are full of movement and his characters elongated and distorted. John's images seem to capture a snap-shot of a moment. This style of visual story-telling is inspired by the narrative style of Norman Rockwell.
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