- Open Edition
- Giclee on Paper or Offset Lithograph
- Measures 22x28 inches (image size). Paper size may vary.
- Historical Theme
- Inspired by the life of Marcus Garvey and the UNIA
A noble and colorful work of art that pays tribute to the life and legacy of the celebrated pan-Africanist and black nationalist Marcus Garvey. He is depicted sitting on a royal throne and around him are other African American leaders that incorporated some of his ideas into their movements and also images from Ancient Egypt and Africa. We all need to learn more about the United Negro Improvement Association's founder and his thoughts on how to achieve independence for our community.
This is an open edition giclee on paper. Measures 28x22 inches (image size); 29.25x23.25 (paper size).
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Kolongi BrathwaiteKolongi is an internationally recognized artist who emigrated from Barbados with the goal of establishing himself as a leading figure in the art world. His work, primarily focused on original artwork and prints, explores the rich heritage and culture of the African American experience, covering subjects such as family, spirituality, and the black experience. Kolongi is self-taught and uses oils on canvas to convey his messages, with the ultimate motivation of projecting positive images and educating people about the greatness of African culture.
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