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 44"x53" reproduction is embellished in paint by the artists hand. As the purchaser you can request quotes of you own self expression to be added to this edition by the artist.
There are only 5 editions of this massive reproduction that is only inches smaller than the original. Hand signed and numbered by the artist.
They are printed on either canvas or 100% cotton ragstock. These versions are printed on Hahnemuhle Torchon 19.6 mil (285gsm) 100% TCF and acid free cotton rag watercolor paper.
If local to the Richmond area you will be refunded 125.00 of the shipping cost and the reproduction will be hand delivered.
Allow 2 weeks for delivery on all signed numbered and hand embellished editions.