Bryant and Anderson Tailors Print
Frame and other props that you see in the listing are not included.
- Printed on premium quality archival paper that has a fine-textured appearance and a matte finish
PROCESSING & SHIPPING:
- Carefully packaged for safe shipment
PLEASE NOTE: the colors you see on your monitor may differ slightly from those of the print due to variations in monitor settings.
The image on print may be cropped to fit the chosen size.
International shipping and customs fees are at the Buyer’s expense and will not be paid.
All images shown in this shop are copyrighted. Copyright is retained by the artist following the sale of the item.
Artworks may not be reproduced or resold without the express permission of the artist. All rights reserved.
Not for commercial use.
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Inspired by Tulsa, Oklahoma's Greenwood District known as Black Wall Street. Greenwood Avenue featured luxury shops, restaurants, movie theaters, a library, pool halls, and nightclubs. It was one of the most affluent African American communities in the United States. This image was designed to honor and remember the legacy of the community lost during the Tulsa Massacre. The massacre, which began on May 31, 1921, left hundreds of Black residents dead, thousands of homes, and more than 35 square blocks of the district were destroyed.