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Archie, Mason, (Favorite Fishing Hole)

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Black Art In America™ is pleased to announce our publishing of

"Favorite Fishing Hole"

by Mason Archie

 

24 x 18 inches, limited edition giclee print on premium Museum Grade, OBA free fine art canvas, 415 g/m weight, top coated with UV protectant, edition of 50 -- framed

 

Mason Archie is considered by many the foremost African-American contemporary landscape painter of this generation. He is a national award-winning artist who has mastered the craft of landscape painting. Mason's work is reminiscent of the old masters, but with a vibrancy found and greatly appreciated in today's contemporary art/ Mason's highly sought-after paintings are collected by both major institutions-- the likes of Nationwide Insurance, Lilly Endowment, and Wells Fargo bank-- as well as savvy private collectors throughout the country. The original study painting of "Favorite Fishing Hole" is in the permanent collection of Black Art in America™. Mason has generously made this work available exclusively for publishing by BAIA™ as a limited-edition, fine art reproduction with all proceeds to benefit Black Art in America programming and our mission to document, preserve, and promote the contributions of the African-American arts community.


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