Unknown - March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom 1963

Description
Unknown - March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom 1963
Acrylic on canvas - Not signed - without frame

This original painting from Washington D.C (UNITED STATES OF AMERICA) portrays the march for the civil and economic rights of African Americans in 1963. Martin Luther King Jr. standing in front of the Lincoln Memorial delivered his historic "I Have a Dream" speech in which he called for an end to racism.

Country: USA
READY TO HANG

*Dimensions: 80 height *73 width *1.5 depth centimeters
*Method of Shipment: Registered mail, with tracking. Carefully packaged

Lot details
Artist
Unknown
Title of artwork
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom 1963
Technique
Acrylic on canvas
Signature
Not signed
Period
1960-1969
Condition
As new
Sold with frame
No
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