Cheerful lithograph of African dancers favorite subject of Ed Hale who was internationally known through his prints of African and African American images.
The piece sits in its original blue frame.
Most people familiar with the artist's work likely know him only by the signature "Halessie" a name he adopted during the Civil Rights era. Hale was the 1992 featured artist for the United Arts Council of Greensboro's African American Arts Festival. He died in 1996.
REFERENCE NUMBER: LU825820758142
PERIOD: Late 20th Century
MEASUREMENTS: Height: 17.13" Width: 21.13" Depth: 1.38"
MATERIAL: Painted Wood, Paper
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: United States