An aerial view of the Robert E. Lee monument in Richmond, Virginia surrounded and covered by the visual language of protest, revolt and dissent. The riots that rocked RVA after the murder of George Floyd were a testament of the will of the people and focused on symbols of the painful and brutal legacy of the confederacy. The original, painstakingly painted in minute detail by artist S. Ross Browne this artwork illustrates the raw emotion of the moment.
This gicleé is starting at 50% off of its regular retail price at only $150.00. The 400 in this edition is in homage to the 400 years of the transatlantic slave trade. This was done to make this artwork in particular more accessible to everyone. Many of whom contributed to the self expression on the monument and immortalized in the painting, "The surrender of Lee (reverse mandala)".
These reproductions are of archival quality using only the finest acid free materials.
Offered by BrowneArtistic.com, the reproductions gallery of Browne Studio.