• Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215
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  • Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215
  • Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215
  • Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215

Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215

  • Product Code: BX12215
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Wall Art - La Pastiche The Thankful Poor Henry Ossawa Tanner Framed 24.75-in H x 28.75-in W People Canvas Hand-painted Painting BX12215
  • Ready to hang - framed paintings arrive ready to hang on your wall with hanging hardware included

  • Finished in the USA - all products are finished and shipped from the USA

  • 100 Percent handmade oil painting on artist grade canvas, professionally hand finished and framed - certificate of authenticity included

  • Dimensions - Artwork Measures: Classic 20-in x 24-in; Frame Measures: 28.75-in x 24.75-in

  • Perfect decor addition to any wall for a living room, bedroom, bathroom, kids room, kitchen, office, hotel, dining room, bar etc

  • Art by Henry Ossawa Tanner

20-in X 24-in Oil Painting on canvas. Hand painted oil reproduction of Tanners most famous and recognized painting The Thankful Poor. The original painting was created in 1893. Today the painting has been carefully recreated detail-by-detail, color-by-color to near perfection. Henry Ossawa Tanner (1859 - 1937) was an African-American artist. He was the first African-American painter to gain international acclaim. He moved to Paris in 1891 to study, and decided to stay there, being readily accepted in French artistic circles. His painting entitled Daniel in the Lions Den was accepted into the 1896 Salon. Frame Description: New Age Black Frame