iconic afro-american

martin luther king jr


an american clergyman, activist, and leader of the african-american civil right movement using nonviolent civil disobedience. in 1964, at age 35, he was the youngest recipient of the nobel peace prize. 1977, he was posthumously awarded the presidential medal of freedom. his speech 'i have a dream' is the most well known speech of all time speaking to all nations and all people seeking the rights to vote, to education, to work. born in atlanta georgia 1929, he was assassinated in 1968 in memphis tennessee, age 39. 

black conté pencil drawing 
20x27 inch (51x69 cm) approx.
oak frame - top & bottom only
metal frame - top & bottom only
art canvas giclée print series

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these black conté pencil drawings are printed with high quality durable inks on long lasting heavy off ­white art­ canvas (vinyl coated textured canvas). it needs no protection from dust and light being wipe able. direct sunshine is not recommended.

the drawing is 20x27 inch (51x69 cm) approx when in vertical orientation. it is framed top and bottom only with 3/4 x 1/4 inch (20x7 mm) oak strip. the drawing weighs under 16 oz (450 grms) and is hung with a nylon cord.