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Mother and Three Daughters

Nat Hertz
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A quality shower curtain featuring a vintage black and white photograph by Nat Hertz of an African American mother walking on the beach with her three daughters. A testimony to the bond between a mother and her children.

The shower curtain is made out of 100% polyester, has 12 holes at the top and measures 71x74 inches. 

$67.99

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Description

A quality shower curtain featuring a vintage black and white photograph by Nat Hertz of an African American mother walking on the beach with her three daughters. A testimony to the bond between a mother and her children.

The shower curtain is made out of 100% polyester, has 12 holes at the top and measures 71x74 inches. 

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 71 inches
Length 74 inches
Medium Polyester
Signed Unsigned
SKU hertz-curtain-mom3
Year Released 2017
Nat Hertz
Nat Herz was a poet, writer, photographer and teacher by profession, and a dedicated civil rights activist. He was one of the first persons in history to see the value of Aesthetic Realism, founded in 1941 by the great American poet, critic and philosopher, Eli Siegel, and taught now by Ellen Reiss, whom Siegel chose to be Class Chairman, and by a faculty of consultants at the Aesthetic Realism Foundation in New York City with outreach in the nation and abroad. Nat Herz cared for this philosophy deeply and used it in his life and work.
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