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Turtle Island

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Dyed Fabric. Free Motion Machine Quilted

Condition Report: Excellent

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I See You

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Description: Hand Dyed Fabric. Free Motion Quilted,. Cowry Shells, Ribbon

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Price: $1,200

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The Hood

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Description: Havana, Cuba

Condition Report: Excellent

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Matanzas

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Description: Havana, Cuba

Condition Report: Excellent

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Matanzas on the Water

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Description: Cuba

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Provisions

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Description: Brooklyn, NY

Condition Report: Excelent

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Big Red

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Description: Havana, Cuba

Condition Report: Excellent

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Om
Om

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Description: Hand Pulled on Archival Paper. Signed A/P

Condition Report: Great

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Mamasita

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Pulled on Rice Paper, Framed

Condition Report: Great

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Tit for Tat

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Pulled on Archival Paper. Signed A/P

Condition Report: Great

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All That Is

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Born in 1930 in South Carolina, Otto Neals is a world renowned, highly gifted painter, sculptor, and printmaker. When he was a child, his family moved to New York where he still lives and works. A Brooklynite, Neals first studied commercial art at George Westinghouse Vocational High School. He also studied briefly at the Brooklyn Museum Art School and at other institutions in the borough. In 1951 he took a job with the post office's art department. He eventually became the head illustrator at the Brooklyn General Post Office, creating illustrations and overseeing projects in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island City. Over decades, Neals emerged as one of the most respected visual artists in our lifetime. As a participant in the Black Arts movement he co-founded the historic Weusi Artist Collective and Nyumba Ya Sanaa Gallery in Harlem. In 1958 he took a lead role in assisting with establishing the Fulton Art Fair in Brooklyn. Neals has worked and exhibited with iconic masters, including Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, and Tom Feelings. Neals’ work has been exhibited in distinguished institutions in the U.S. and abroad, including the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Columbia Museum of Art, the Huntsville Museum of Art and the Ghana National Museum. His work is in the collections of Congressman John Lewis, legendary jazz musician Randy Weston, Harry Belafonte, and Oprah Winfrey. The media has recognized Neals’ profound talent: he has been profiled in numerous outlets including The New York Times, EBONY magazine, Black Enterprise. You can read an article printed in 2011 in the NY Daily News Neals has won many awards and in 1995, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Alliance commissioned him to create a bronze sculpture based on the works of awardwinning children’s book author Ezra Jack Keats. The work, Peter and Willie, is located in the “Imagination Playground” in Prospect Park. Mr. Neals was presented with the New York City Arts Commission’s Award for Excellence in Design for this work. Other commissions include 10 bronze plaques for the “Harlem Walk of Fame,” a bronze sculpture for the Brooklyn Children’s Center, a 20-foot mural for Kings County Hospital, and most recently a bronze portrait of the late Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton for City College of the City University of New York. In 2015, Dr. Myrah Brown Green curated a 6 gallery retrospective of 284 of his magnificent art. About his art, Neals says, “My talent as an artist comes directly from my ancestors. I am merely a receiver, an instrument for receiving some of the energies that permeate our entire universe and I give thanks for having been chosen to absorb those artistic forces.”

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,950

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There Was a Time

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Born in 1930 in South Carolina, Otto Neals is a world renowned, highly gifted painter, sculptor, and printmaker. When he was a child, his family moved to New York where he still lives and works. A Brooklynite, Neals first studied commercial art at George Westinghouse Vocational High School. He also studied briefly at the Brooklyn Museum Art School and at other institutions in the borough. In 1951 he took a job with the post office's art department. He eventually became the head illustrator at the Brooklyn General Post Office, creating illustrations and overseeing projects in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island City. Over decades, Neals emerged as one of the most respected visual artists in our lifetime. As a participant in the Black Arts movement he co-founded the historic Weusi Artist Collective and Nyumba Ya Sanaa Gallery in Harlem. In 1958 he took a lead role in assisting with establishing the Fulton Art Fair in Brooklyn. Neals has worked and exhibited with iconic masters, including Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, and Tom Feelings. Neals’ work has been exhibited in distinguished institutions in the U.S. and abroad, including the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Columbia Museum of Art, the Huntsville Museum of Art and the Ghana National Museum. His work is in the collections of Congressman John Lewis, legendary jazz musician Randy Weston, Harry Belafonte, and Oprah Winfrey. The media has recognized Neals’ profound talent: he has been profiled in numerous outlets including The New York Times, EBONY magazine, Black Enterprise. You can read an article printed in 2011 in the NY Daily News Neals has won many awards and in 1995, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Alliance commissioned him to create a bronze sculpture based on the works of awardwinning children’s book author Ezra Jack Keats. The work, Peter and Willie, is located in the “Imagination Playground” in Prospect Park. Mr. Neals was presented with the New York City Arts Commission’s Award for Excellence in Design for this work. Other commissions include 10 bronze plaques for the “Harlem Walk of Fame,” a bronze sculpture for the Brooklyn Children’s Center, a 20-foot mural for Kings County Hospital, and most recently a bronze portrait of the late Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton for City College of the City University of New York. About his art, Neals says, “My talent as an artist comes directly from my ancestors. I am merely a receiver, an instrument for receiving some of the energies that permeate our entire universe and I give thanks for having been chosen to absorb those artistic forces.”

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $7,150

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When I Sing My Song

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Born in 1930 in South Carolina, Otto Neals is a world renowned, highly gifted painter, sculptor, and printmaker. When he was a child, his family moved to New York where he still lives and works. A Brooklynite, Neals first studied commercial art at George Westinghouse Vocational High School. He also studied briefly at the Brooklyn Museum Art School and at other institutions in the borough. In 1951 he took a job with the post office's art department. He eventually became the head illustrator at the Brooklyn General Post Office, creating illustrations and overseeing projects in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island City. Over decades, Neals emerged as one of the most respected visual artists in our lifetime. As a participant in the Black Arts movement he co-founded the historic Weusi Artist Collective and Nyumba Ya Sanaa Gallery in Harlem. In 1958 he took a lead role in assisting with establishing the Fulton Art Fair in Brooklyn. Neals has worked and exhibited with iconic masters, including Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, and Tom Feelings. Neals’ work has been exhibited in distinguished institutions in the U.S. and abroad, including the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Columbia Museum of Art, the Huntsville Museum of Art and the Ghana National Museum. His work is in the collections of Congressman John Lewis, legendary jazz musician Randy Weston, Harry Belafonte, and Oprah Winfrey. The media has recognized Neals’ profound talent: he has been profiled in numerous outlets including The New York Times, EBONY magazine, Black Enterprise. You can read an article printed in 2011 in the NY Daily News Neals has won many awards and in 1995, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Alliance commissioned him to create a bronze sculpture based on the works of awardwinning children’s book author Ezra Jack Keats. The work, Peter and Willie, is located in the “Imagination Playground” in Prospect Park. Mr. Neals was presented with the New York City Arts Commission’s Award for Excellence in Design for this work. Other commissions include 10 bronze plaques for the “Harlem Walk of Fame,” a bronze sculpture for the Brooklyn Children’s Center, a 20-foot mural for Kings County Hospital, and most recently a bronze portrait of the late Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton for City College of the City University of New York. In 2015, Dr. Myrah Brown Green curated a 6 gallery retrospective of 284 of his magnificent art. About his art, Neals says, “My talent as an artist comes directly from my ancestors. I am merely a receiver, an instrument for receiving some of the energies that permeate our entire universe and I give thanks for having been chosen to absorb those artistic forces.”

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,950

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And Still I Rise

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Born in 1930 in South Carolina, Otto Neals is a world renowned, highly gifted painter, sculptor, and printmaker. When he was a child, his family moved to New York where he still lives and works. A Brooklynite, Neals first studied commercial art at George Westinghouse Vocational High School. He also studied briefly at the Brooklyn Museum Art School and at other institutions in the borough. In 1951 he took a job with the post office's art department. He eventually became the head illustrator at the Brooklyn General Post Office, creating illustrations and overseeing projects in Brooklyn, Staten Island and Long Island City. Over decades, Neals emerged as one of the most respected visual artists in our lifetime. As a participant in the Black Arts movement he co-founded the historic Weusi Artist Collective and Nyumba Ya Sanaa Gallery in Harlem. In 1958 he took a lead role in assisting with establishing the Fulton Art Fair in Brooklyn. Neals has worked and exhibited with iconic masters, including Romare Bearden, Jacob Lawrence, Elizabeth Catlett, and Tom Feelings. Neals’ work has been exhibited in distinguished institutions in the U.S. and abroad, including the Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, the Columbia Museum of Art, the Huntsville Museum of Art and the Ghana National Museum. His work is in the collections of Congressman John Lewis, legendary jazz musician Randy Weston, Harry Belafonte, and Oprah Winfrey. The media has recognized Neals’ profound talent: he has been profiled in numerous outlets including The New York Times, EBONY magazine, Black Enterprise. You can read an article printed in 2011 in the NY Daily News Neals has won many awards and in 1995, Brooklyn’s Prospect Park Alliance commissioned him to create a bronze sculpture based on the works of awardwinning children’s book author Ezra Jack Keats. The work, Peter and Willie, is located in the “Imagination Playground” in Prospect Park. Mr. Neals was presented with the New York City Arts Commission’s Award for Excellence in Design for this work. Other commissions include 10 bronze plaques for the “Harlem Walk of Fame,” a bronze sculpture for the Brooklyn Children’s Center, a 20-foot mural for Kings County Hospital, and most recently a bronze portrait of the late Manhattan Borough President Percy Sutton for City College of the City University of New York. In 2015, Dr. Myrah Brown Green curated a 6 gallery retrospective of 284 of his magnificent art. About his art, Neals says, “My talent as an artist comes directly from my ancestors. I am merely a receiver, an instrument for receiving some of the energies that permeate our entire universe and I give thanks for having been chosen to absorb those artistic forces.”

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $990

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Peaking

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Acrylic and Oil Painting on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,600

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The Dance

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Painting: Acrylic, Spray oil stick and Cray Pas on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,500

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What Spring Blows In

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Painting: Acrylic, Oil, Ground Pumice Medium on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $16,500

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Enlightened Path

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Painting: Acrylic, Oil, Cray Pas Medium and Ground Pumice on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $13,750

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Athena

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Pastel on Strathmore #400. Artagain color paper

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,000

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Soudan Man

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Pastel on Bristol 300 Vellum paper

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,000

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Bashi

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Description: Pastel on Bristol 300 Vellum paper

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,000

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Cochise

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Description: Graphite on Bristol 300 Vellum paper

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $2,000

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Old Man

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Archival Print Edition #3/10

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $700

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O'Sensei

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Archival Print Edition #2/10

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $700

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Scarf Dancer -Art Deco

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Archival Print Edition #2/10

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $700

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Harriet Tubman #1 and #2  Sold as one item

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Sumi Ink, Acrylic and Gesso on Canvas. Paintings sold as a pair

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $12,000

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Birch with Gold Leaf

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Oil on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,400

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Surrounded

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Mixed Media on Mylar

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $880

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Creation, Mylar with Hands

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Mixed Media on Mylar

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $880

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Picking Away Dreams

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Pulled Archival Print

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $550

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Battleship

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Photo Realist Painting, Oil on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $4,200

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Sycamore

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Photo Realist Painting, Oil on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $8,000

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Mr. Clean, Mr. Clean

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Photo Realist Painting, Oil on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $3,600

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Sacred World

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Photo Realist Painting, Oil on Canvas

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Price: $4,100

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Urban Rhapsody

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Acrylic, Oil Stick, Cray Pas on Canvas attached painted wood panel

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $22,000

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Interchange

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Acrylic, Oil, Cray Pas, Medium and ground Pumice on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $6,600

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Stolen Comfort

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Pulled Archival Print

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $550

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Shooting Marbles

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Hand Pulled Archival Print

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Price: $550

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Amulet

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Photo Realist Painting, Oil on Canvas

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $5,500

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Dark and Light

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Digital Photography printed on Archival Paper #5/10, taken in Benin,Africa

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,000

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The Leader

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Description: Limited Edition Digital Photography printed on Archival Paper #5/10. Taken in Mauritania, Africa.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,000

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Crossing the River

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Digital Photography printed on Archival Paper #7/10. Taken on the river between Maritania and Gambia, Africa.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $1,000

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Struggle for Light

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Limited Edition Digital Photography printed on Archival Paper #5/10. Taken in Gambia, Africa.

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Dream Spirit #2

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Quilted and Appliqued Cotton Fabric Mounted on Archival Board and Shadow Box Framed

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $550

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Dream Spirit #3

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Quilted and Appliqued Cotton Fabric Mounted on Archival Board and Shadow Box Framed

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Price: $550

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Dream Spirit #4

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: Quilted and Appliqued Cotton Fabric Mounted on Archival Board and Shadow Box Framed

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Price: $550

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Cuba Today #1

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: I can't remember a time when I didn't own a camera. My father was a passionate photographer and, consequently, my brother and I grew up "taking pictures." Although my current work in Cuba lends itself to digital color images, I remain in love with black and white film. I am a documentary photographer who uses the gift of photography to promote cultural understanding and appreciation and to advocate for a more just and peaceful world.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Cuba Today #2

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: I can't remember a time when I didn't own a camera. My father was a passionate photographer and, consequently, my brother and I grew up "taking pictures." Although my current work in Cuba lends itself to digital color images, I remain in love with black and white film. I am a documentary photographer who uses the gift of photography to promote cultural understanding and appreciation and to advocate for a more just and peaceful world.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Cuba Today #3

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: I can't remember a time when I didn't own a camera. My father was a passionate photographer and, consequently, my brother and I grew up "taking pictures." Although my current work in Cuba lends itself to digital color images, I remain in love with black and white film. I am a documentary photographer who uses the gift of photography to promote cultural understanding and appreciation and to advocate for a more just and peaceful world.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Cuba Today #5

Ships From: Brooklyn, NY US

Description: I can't remember a time when I didn't own a camera. My father was a passionate photographer and, consequently, my brother and I grew up "taking pictures." Although my current work in Cuba lends itself to digital color images, I remain in love with black and white film. I am a documentary photographer who uses the gift of photography to promote cultural understanding and appreciation and to advocate for a more just and peaceful world.

Condition Report: Excellent

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Price: $500

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