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Kadir Nelson Humility   $225.00

The tranquility and overwhelming presence of the spirit of God humbles even the greatest of men in this highly emotional and sublte work by Kadir Nelson, the spirit of God represented by the natural elements (earth wind abd sea) surrounds man in this most natural state. The fire in his heart is calmed by the vastness of God's earth. A circling flock of birds above represent his spirit, intertwined and soaring in unison with this divine energy.

Kadir Nelson Humility Ap   $275.00

The tranquility and overwhelming presence of the spirit of God humbles even the greatest of men in this highly emotional and sublte work by Kadir Nelson, the spirit of God represented by the natural elements (earth wind abd sea) surrounds man in this most natural state. The fire in his heart is calmed by the vastness of God's earth. A circling flock of birds above represent his spirit, intertwined and soaring in unison with this divine energy.

Kadir Nelson Stairway To Heaven   $225.00

A pilgrimage from the depths of slavery to the heights of spiritual enlightenment. Lift as you climb.

Kadir Nelson Stairway To Heaven Ap   $275.00

A pilgrimage from the depths of slavery to the heights of spiritual enlightenment. Lift as you climb.

Kadir Nelson Stairway To Heaven Rm   $0.00

A pilgrimage from the depths of slavery to the heights of spiritual enlightenment. Lift as you climb.

Kadir Nelson Outlaws Canvas Transfer   $2000.00

Beware. It is dawn and a gang of wanted men ride over fiery orange hills of the old west. Armed with hidden shotguns and six-shooters, they scan the landscape, quarding each others' backs, just as you, the viewer, catch the eye of one of the outlaws. Second in a series of western paintings by Kadir Nelson, Outlaws, delivers the heightened drama of the old west that was. Inspired in part by the western paintings of N.C.Wyeth, Outlaws pays tribute to the African American who occupied one third of the wester cowboy population.

Kadir Nelson Family Tree   $225.00

Deep within the wilderness, seven children surround their grandmother as she lovingly holds them together, keeping them safe. I nspired by the strength and compassion of the artist's own grandmother,The Family Tree demonstrates the closeness and the loving nature of a family.

Kadir Nelson Family Tree Ap   $275.00

Deep within the wilderness, seven children surround their grandmother as she lovingly holds them together, keeping them safe. I nspired by the strength and compassion of the artist's own grandmother,The Family Tree demonstrates the closeness and the loving nature of a family.

Kadir Nelson Mother And Child   $225.00

The Bond between Mother and Child is immeasurable.

Kadir Nelson Mother And Child Ap   $275.00

Kadir Nelson Mother And Child Rm   $325.00

Kadir Nelson High Noon Limited Edition Paper   $2900.00

Only 1 Available!

Kadir Nelson David And Goliathe   $200.00

The biblical story of David and Goliathe takes ceneter court in this rendition by Kadir Nelson. David holds a basketball as he gathers his strength to face the foreboding giant, Goliathe, and an eager crowd.

Kadir Nelson David And Goliathe Ap   $250.00

The biblical story of David and Goliathe takes ceneter court in this rendition by Kadir Nelson. David holds a basketball as he gathers his strength to face the foreboding giant, Goliathe, and an eager crowd.

Kadir Nelson David And Goliathe Rm   $0.00

The biblical story of David and Goliathe takes ceneter court in this rendition by Kadir Nelson. David holds a basketball as he gathers his strength to face the foreboding giant, Goliathe, and an eager crowd.

Kadir Nelson Steeerack!   $150.00

From Kadir Nelson's Negro Baseball League collection The Mighty swing of a heavy hitter is dipicted here in the 'at bat' of this southern slugger. This Memphis Red Sox Negro Leaguer is the victim of the all to elusive pitch of a Baltimore Elite Giants pitcher as dust jumps from the catcher's mitt and the 'ump' screams "Steeerack!!", an accented version of "Strike."

Kadir Nelson Steeerack! Ap   $200.00

From Kadir Nelson's Negro Baseball League collection The Mighty swing of a heavy hitter is dipicted here in the 'at bat' of this southern slugger. This Memphis Red Sox Negro Leaguer is the victim of the all to elusive pitch of a Baltimore Elite Giants pitcher as dust jumps from the catcher's mitt and the 'ump' screams "Steeerack!!", an accented version of "Strike."

Kadir Nelson Steeeeack! Canvas Transfer   $495.00

Kadir Nelson Coooool Papa Bell   $150.00

From Kadir Nelson's Negro Baseball League collection The fastest man throughout the golden age of baseball was James 'Cool Papa' Bell. Depicted here at Forbes Field as a member of the Homestead Grays, 'Cool Papa' slides into third base avoiding the tag of a New York Cubans third baseman, and arrives safely for yet another one of his countless stolen bases.

Kadir Nelson Coooool Papa Bell Ap   $200.00

From Kadir Nelson's Negro Baseball League collection The fastest man throughout the golden age of baseball was James 'Cool Papa' Bell. Depicted here at Forbes Field as a member of the Homestead Grays, 'Cool Papa' slides into third base avoiding the tag of a New York Cubans third baseman, and arrives safely for yet another one of his countless stolen bases.

Kadir Nelson Coooool Papa Bell Rm   $275.00

From Kadir Nelson's Negro Baseball League collection The fastest man throughout the golden age of baseball was James 'Cool Papa' Bell. Depicted here at Forbes Field as a member of the Homestead Grays, 'Cool Papa' slides into third base avoiding the tag of a New York Cubans third baseman, and arrives safely for yet another one of his countless stolen bases.

Kadir Nelson The Anatomy Of Team Handball   $90.00

Kadir Nelson The Anatomy Of Team Handball Ap   $150.00

Kadir Nelson Prayer Artist Proof   $450.00

Only 1 Available!

Man and his belief.

Kadir Nelson The Beckoning   $200.00

This painting was featured in the film "Set It Off". A man struggles to free himself from his binds as he pushes himself towards the light of God that beckons him.

Kadir Nelson The Beckoning Ap   $250.00

This painting was featured in the film "Set It Off". A man struggles to free himself from his binds as he pushes himself towards the light of God that beckons him.

Kadir Nelson Stolen King Limited Edition Paper   $1495.00

Only 1 Available!

Kadir Nelson Abikanile's Prayer Giclee   $150.00

From "The Village that Vanished," by Ann Grifalconi, in a peaceful moment, young Abikanile prays by the river asking her ancestors to aid the people of her village in their flight from raiding slavers.

Kadir Nelson Abikanile's Prayer Giclee Artist Proof   $200.00

From "The Village that Vanished," by Ann Grifalconi, in a peaceful moment, young Abikanile prays by the river asking her ancestors to aid the people of her village in their flight from raiding slavers.

Kadir Nelson Christmas Eve Giclee   $150.00

From "Under the Tree" by Nikki Grimes, Kadir Nelson illustrates the passing of the flame on the night of Chrestmas Eve. The father of a little girl lights a candle held tightly by his young daughter, passing the flame, sharing his faith with her, celebrating Christmas Eve with his family.

Kadir Nelson Christmas Eve Giclee Artist Proof   $200.00

From "Under the Tree" by Nikki Grimes, Kadir Nelson illustrates the passing of the flame on the night of Chrestmas Eve. The father of a little girl lights a candle held tightly by his young daughter, passing the flame, sharing his faith with her, celebrating Christmas Eve with his family.

Kadir Nelson Christmas Eve Giclee Remarque   $250.00

From "Under the Tree" by Nikki Grimes, Kadir Nelson illustrates the passing of the flame on the night of Chrestmas Eve. The father of a little girl lights a candle held tightly by his young daughter, passing the flame, sharing his faith with her, celebrating Christmas Eve with his family.

Kadir Nelson Green Beans Artist Proof   $500.00

From a new series by Kadir Nelson called ?The African-American? series. Here, the age old ritual of snapping green beans and readying them for last meal of the day is demonstrated by a woman proudly sitting on the front steps of her humble white-washed home snapping freshly washed green beans into a basket made of sweetgrass and palmetto.

Kadir Nelson Marvin Gaye Giclee On Canvas   $2800.00

Marvin Gaye lounges on a classic black velvet sofa in the studio (cira. 1972) squeezing the tip of a freshly lit joint. While holding in the smoke, he stares in to space contemplation of a new lyric of simply in appreciation of a beautiful woman who just walked by. He sits surrounded by papers scribbled with ideas and possible lyrics for songs the linger in his imagination.

Kadir Nelson The Life Of Marvin Gaye Giclee On Canvas   $1000.00

Insired by the biography, Divided Soul, by David Ritz, "The Life of Marvin Gaye", by Kadir Nelson, is a visual montage detailing the tortured life of one of America's most beloved soul singer's of the twentieth century.

Kadir Nelson The Life Of Marvin Gaye Giclee On Canvas Artist Proof   $1300.00

Insired by the biography, Divided Soul, by David Ritz, "The Life of Marvin Gaye", by Kadir Nelson, is a visual montage detailing the tortured life of one of America's most beloved soul singer's of the twentieth century.

Kadir Nelson High Noon Limited Edition Canvas Remarque   $3400.00

Kadir Nelson Blue Horn Limited Edition Paper   $0.00

Kadir Nelson High Noon Limited Giclee W/ Remarque   $3500.00

This edition is available as a special remarque limited edition giclee. Each Giclee is signed and numbered and features an original hand drawn sketch at the bottom of the image. The edition size is limited to 150 and will definately sell out quickly.

Only 1 Available!

Kadir Nelson One On One   $3600.00

This item has been SOLD OUT for some time.

Kadir Nelson Morning Patrol Printers Proof   $500.00

Third in a series of western paintings by Kadir Nelson, ?Morning Patrol? pays homage to the African American soldiers who, after the end of the Civil War, were stationed in the west to protect mail routes, Pacific Railroad workers and payroll wagons, string miles of telegraph wire, build and maintain forts, and establish law and order in a vast area of outlaws, Mexican Revolutionaries and hostile Indians. Possibly as a form of respect, Plains tribes named these worthy antagonists ?Buffalo Soldiers,? a name derived from the similarity they saw between the buffalo coats the soldiers wore and the texture of their hair.

Kadir Nelson Stairway To Heaven Printers Proof   $0.00

A pilgrimage from the depths of slavery to the heights of spiritual enlightenment. Lift as you climb.

Kadir Nelson Outlaws   $1800.00

Beware. It is dawn and a gang of wanted men ride over fiery orange hills of the old west. Armed with hidden shotguns and six-shooters, they scan the landscape, quarding each others' backs, just as you, the viewer, catch the eye of one of the outlaws. Second in a series of western paintings by Kadir Nelson, Outlaws, delivers the heightened drama of the old west that was. Inspired in part by the western paintings of N.C.Wyeth, Outlaws pays tribute to the African American who occupied one third of the wester cowboy population.

Kadir Nelson The Family Tree Artist Proof With Remarque   $375.00

Kadir Nelson The Life Of Marvin Gaye Giclee Printers Proof Remarque   $1200.00

Insired by the biography, Divided Soul, by David Ritz, "The Life of Marvin Gaye", by Kadir Nelson, is a visual montage detailing the tortured life of one of America's most beloved soul singer's of the twentieth century.

Kadir Nelson Kiowa Dawn   $500.00

Kadir Nelson Kiowa Dawn Ap   $550.00

Kadir Nelson Kiowa Dawn Remarque   $600.00

Kadir Nelson Next Five   $300.00

Kadir Nelson Next Five Ap   $350.00

Kadir Nelson Next Five Remarque   $400.00

Kadir Nelson Baby, Baby, Bubbles   $150.00

"Please Don't Splash, Baby, Baby, Please!" From Please, Baby, Please by Spike and Tonya Lee, Kadir Nelson Illustrates that familiar bath time moment when water, bubbles and toys fly about the room aftera gargantuan, but joyous "Baby" splash.

Kadir Nelson Baby, Baby, Bubbles Ap   $200.00

"Please Don't Splash, Baby, Baby, Please!" From Please, Baby, Please by Spike and Tonya Lee, Kadir Nelson Illustrates that familiar bath time moment when water, bubbles and toys fly about the room aftera gargantuan, but joyous "Baby" splash.

Kadir Nelson Baby, Baby, Bubbles Remarque   $250.00

"Please Don't Splash, Baby, Baby, Please!" From Please, Baby, Please by Spike and Tonya Lee, Kadir Nelson Illustrates that familiar bath time moment when water, bubbles and toys fly about the room aftera gargantuan, but joyous "Baby" splash.

Kadir Nelson Outlaws Artist Proof   $2300.00

Beware. It is dawn and a gang of wanted men ride over fiery orange hills of the old west. Armed with hidden shotguns and six-shooters, they scan the landscape, quarding each others' backs, just as you, the viewer, catch the eye of one of the outlaws. Second in a series of western paintings by Kadir Nelson, Outlaws, delivers the heightened drama of the old west that was. Inspired in part by the western paintings of N.C.Wyeth, Outlaws pays tribute to the African American who occupied one third of the wester cowboy population.

Kadir Nelson Marvin Gaye Giclee On Canvas Artist Proof   $0.00

Marvin Gaye lounges on a classic black velvet sofa in the studio (cira. 1972) squeezing the tip of a freshly lit joint. While holding in the smoke, he stares in to space contemplation of a new lyric of simply in appreciation of a beautiful woman who just walked by. He sits surrounded by papers scribbled with ideas and possible lyrics for songs the linger in his imagination.

Kadir Nelson Marvin Gaye Giclee On Canvas Remarque   $0.00

Marvin Gaye lounges on a classic black velvet sofa in the studio (cira. 1972) squeezing the tip of a freshly lit joint. While holding in the smoke, he stares in to space contemplation of a new lyric of simply in appreciation of a beautiful woman who just walked by. He sits surrounded by papers scribbled with ideas and possible lyrics for songs the linger in his imagination.

Kadir Nelson Cotton Artist Proof   $550.00

When faced with unspeakable hardship and struggle, African-Americans have retained a sense of pride, dignity, elegance and strength. In this dramatic work by Kadir Nelson, a southern plantation field slave hoists a wicker basket filled to the brim with cotton over his shoulder, undaunted by the horrible slave existence and painful task of picking cotton forced upon him. From "The African American Series" by Kadir Nelson.

Kadir Nelson Cotton Limited Edition   $500.00

When faced with unspeakable hardship and struggle, African-Americans have retained a sense of pride, dignity, elegance and strength. In this dramatic work by Kadir Nelson, a southern plantation field slave hoists a wicker basket filled to the brim with cotton over his shoulder, undaunted by the horrible slave existence and painful task of picking cotton forced upon him. From "The African American Series" by Kadir Nelson.

Kadir Nelson Cotton Remarque   $600.00

When faced with unspeakable hardship and struggle, African-Americans have retained a sense of pride, dignity, elegance and strength. In this dramatic work by Kadir Nelson, a southern plantation field slave hoists a wicker basket filled to the brim with cotton over his shoulder, undaunted by the horrible slave existence and painful task of picking cotton forced upon him. From "The African American Series" by Kadir Nelson.

Kadir Nelson La Madona Artist Proof   $550.00

From "The African American Series" by Kadir Nelson. An African American woman sits proudly on a chair (not visible to the viewer) holding her first born son against a vast Nebraska landscape of fluffy white clouds, brilliant blue sky and sprawling brownish yellow plains, circa. 1871. Her son’s white garment and her freshly laundered dress and apron gleam in the sun. She enjoys her newfound freedom with the confident look of hope and promise in her eyes. Many African Americans born into slavery and newly freed as a result of the Civil War, traveled to and settled in the West as a result of the Homestead Act of 1862, which allowed Americans to claim free land in the new developing West. Many former slaves settled in many different parts of Nebraska. In 1870, Robert Anderson, a former slave, became the first black to homestead in Nebraska and by 1890 there were over 8,900 African Americans living there.

Kadir Nelson La Madona Limited Edition   $500.00

From "The African American Series" by Kadir Nelson. An African American woman sits proudly on a chair (not visible to the viewer) holding her first born son against a vast Nebraska landscape of fluffy white clouds, brilliant blue sky and sprawling brownish yellow plains, circa. 1871. Her son’s white garment and her freshly laundered dress and apron gleam in the sun. She enjoys her newfound freedom with the confident look of hope and promise in her eyes. Many African Americans born into slavery and newly freed as a result of the Civil War, traveled to and settled in the West as a result of the Homestead Act of 1862, which allowed Americans to claim free land in the new developing West. Many former slaves settled in many different parts of Nebraska. In 1870, Robert Anderson, a former slave, became the first black to homestead in Nebraska and by 1890 there were over 8,900 African Americans living there.

Kadir Nelson Mood Indigo Giclee   $150.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Mood Indigo Giclee Ap   $200.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Puppy Love Giclee   $150.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Puppy Love Giclee Remarque   $250.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Puppy Love Giclee Ap   $200.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Dancing On The Milky Way Giclee   $150.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Dancing On The Milky Way Giclee Remarque   $250.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Dancing On The Milky Way Giclee Ap   $200.00

MEDIA: Giclee on 300g Watercolor Paper

Kadir Nelson Junkyard Moses Giclee On Canvas   $650.00

Created from raw earth and pouring rain, then forged by thunder and lightning, a band of gladiators converge and collide inside a junkyard landscape. Using discarded materials for armor, the likes of hubcaps, colanders, pots and pans, and a rock for the ball, these junkyard gladiators take shape and begin to play the game that they were born to play, the game of football. The offensive line parts like the Red Sea, the full back grabs the rock and dashes toward the endzone, leading his team to victory.

Kadir Nelson Junkyard Moses Giclee On Canvas Ap   $750.00

Created from raw earth and pouring rain, then forged by thunder and lightning, a band of gladiators converge and collide inside a junkyard landscape. Using discarded materials for armor, the likes of hubcaps, colanders, pots and pans, and a rock for the ball, these junkyard gladiators take shape and begin to play the game that they were born to play, the game of football. The offensive line parts like the Red Sea, the full back grabs the rock and dashes toward the endzone, leading his team to victory.

Kadir Nelson Banjar Giclee On Canvas   $1000.00

Sitting on a tree stump in front of his humble abode, a could-be slave, or former slave plays a tune on his trusty banjar (banjo). The banjo is an instrument which is native to Africa, and was brought to the Americas along with African people during the middle passage.

Kadir Nelson Banjar Giclee On Canvas Ap   $1100.00

Sitting on a tree stump in front of his humble abode, a could-be slave, or former slave plays a tune on his trusty banjar (banjo). The banjo is an instrument which is native to Africa, and was brought to the Americas along with African people during the middle passage

Kadir Nelson Banjar Giclee On Canvas (he) Hand Embelished   $1500.00

Sitting on a tree stump in front of his humble abode, a could-be slave, or former slave plays a tune on his trusty banjar (banjo). The banjo is an instrument which is native to Africa, and was brought to the Americas along with African people during the middle passage.

Kadir Nelson Angel Giclee On Canvas   $1000.00

In addition to the Limited and Artist’s Proof Editions, this new edition will also feature a special Hand Embellished (HE) Edition. Reserve your giclee before they are all gone!

Kadir Nelson Freedom Giclee   $250.00

From the Caldecott Honor and Coretta Scott King Award-winning book, "Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led her People to Freedom," by Carole Boston Weatherford, Harriet Tubman rejoices in her first day of freedom which she described as "golden." "The sun shone through the leaves as if they were golden." Harriet looked herself over and thought, "these were the hands of a slave, now they are the hands of a free person." Nelson pays tribute to an American hero and a divinely inspired leader with "Freedom."

Kadir Nelson Freedom Giclee Arist Proof   $300.00

From the Caldecott Honor and Coretta Scott King Award-winning book, "Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led her People to Freedom," by Carole Boston Weatherford, Harriet Tubman rejoices in her first day of freedom which she described as "golden." "The sun shone through the leaves as if they were golden." Harriet looked herself over and thought, "these were the hands of a slave, now they are the hands of a free person." Nelson pays tribute to an American hero and a divinely inspired leader with "Freedom."

Kadir Nelson Freedom Giclee Remarque   $350.00

From the Caldecott Honor and Coretta Scott King Award-winning book, "Moses: When Harriet Tubman Led her People to Freedom," by Carole Boston Weatherford, Harriet Tubman rejoices in her first day of freedom which she described as "golden." "The sun shone through the leaves as if they were golden." Harriet looked herself over and thought, "these were the hands of a slave, now they are the hands of a free person." Nelson pays tribute to an American hero and a divinely inspired leader with "Freedom."

Kadir Nelson Trouble Man Giclee On Canvas   $1000.00

Soul singer extraordinaire, Marvin Gaye, the Trouble Man. While feeling full of anguish and despair, the inspired singer looks skyward for divine guidance. A heavenly light illuminates Marvin's head and torso, while the lower half of his body is covered in shadow, symbolizing Marvin's daily struggle between heaven and hell. A stormy sky looms in the background while seven birds, the ever-present spirit of God, peacefully negotiate the soul stirring winds.

Kadir Nelson Trouble Man Giclee Artist Proof On Canvas   $1100.00

Soul singer extraordinaire, Marvin Gaye, the Trouble Man. While feeling full of anguish and despair, the inspired singer looks skyward for divine guidance. A heavenly light illuminates Marvin's head and torso, while the lower half of his body is covered in shadow, symbolizing Marvin's daily struggle between heaven and hell. A stormy sky looms in the background while seven birds, the ever-present spirit of God, peacefully negotiate the soul stirring winds.

Kadir Nelson Rube And The Giants Canvas   $1000.00

Rube and the Giants - CANVAS From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, Rube Foster (fourth from right), founder of the Negro National League and owner of the Chicago American Giants, "ran his team like it was a major league club." Foster is shown here, circa 1920, calling his team together while scribbling instructions to be administered to his players. The team, having traveled first class in a plush and comfortable rented Pullman train car (most teams traveled by bus or passenger car), has just arrived in town to play a local team. They are greeted by curious local children as they disembark from the car. Pictured are: Christobal Torriente (second from right), Bingo DeMoss (seventh from right in brown suit), and Dave Malarcher (walking down steps).

Kadir Nelson Rube And The Giants Canvas Artist Proof   $1100.00

Rube and the Giants - CANVAS From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, Rube Foster (fourth from right), founder of the Negro National League and owner of the Chicago American Giants, "ran his team like it was a major league club." Foster is shown here, circa 1920, calling his team together while scribbling instructions to be administered to his players. The team, having traveled first class in a plush and comfortable rented Pullman train car (most teams traveled by bus or passenger car), has just arrived in town to play a local team. They are greeted by curious local children as they disembark from the car. Pictured are: Christobal Torriente (second from right), Bingo DeMoss (seventh from right in brown suit), and Dave Malarcher (walking down steps).

Kadir Nelson Rube And The Giants Canvas Hand Enhanced   $1920.00

Rube and the Giants - CANVAS From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, Rube Foster (fourth from right), founder of the Negro National League and owner of the Chicago American Giants, "ran his team like it was a major league club." Foster is shown here, circa 1920, calling his team together while scribbling instructions to be administered to his players. The team, having traveled first class in a plush and comfortable rented Pullman train car (most teams traveled by bus or passenger car), has just arrived in town to play a local team. They are greeted by curious local children as they disembark from the car. Pictured are: Christobal Torriente (second from right), Bingo DeMoss (seventh from right in brown suit), and Dave Malarcher (walking down steps).

Kadir Nelson Mighty Josh Canvas   $1000.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, the intimidating slugger, Josh Gibson (sometimes called "The Black Babe Ruth"), stands tall, partially illuminated by the late afternoon sun in front of his home dugout, swinging three bats, taunting the pitcher, Satchel Paige, as he awaits his turn at bat. As he steps our of the shodow, Gibson watches Paige deliver a pitch to batter, Buck Leonard. Frank Duncan crouches behind home plate inside the sprawling grounds of Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, circa 1943.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (34" x 17") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 25 Artist's Proofs and 20 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Ediiton (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Mighty Josh Canvas Hand Enhanced   $1943.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, the intimidating slugger, Josh Gibson (sometimes called "The Black Babe Ruth"), stands tall, partially illuminated by the late afternoon sun in front of his home dugout, swinging three bats, taunting the pitcher, Satchel Paige, as he awaits his turn at bat. As he steps our of the shodow, Gibson watches Paige deliver a pitch to batter, Buck Leonard. Frank Duncan crouches behind home plate inside the sprawling grounds of Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, circa 1943.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (34" x 17") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 25 Artist's Proofs and 20 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Ediiton (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Mighty Josh Paper   $395.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, the intimidating slugger, Josh Gibson (sometimes called "The Black Babe Ruth"), stands tall, partially illuminated by the late afternoon sun in front of his home dugout, swinging three bats, taunting the pitcher, Satchel Paige, as he awaits his turn at bat. As he steps our of the shodow, Gibson watches Paige deliver a pitch to batter, Buck Leonard. Frank Duncan crouches behind home plate inside the sprawling grounds of Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, circa 1943.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (34" x 17") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 25 Artist's Proofs and 20 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Ediiton (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Mighty Josh Paper Artist Proof   $445.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, the intimidating slugger, Josh Gibson (sometimes called "The Black Babe Ruth"), stands tall, partially illuminated by the late afternoon sun in front of his home dugout, swinging three bats, taunting the pitcher, Satchel Paige, as he awaits his turn at bat. As he steps our of the shodow, Gibson watches Paige deliver a pitch to batter, Buck Leonard. Frank Duncan crouches behind home plate inside the sprawling grounds of Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, circa 1943.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (34" x 17") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 25 Artist's Proofs and 20 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Ediiton (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Mighty Josh Paper Remarque   $495.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, the intimidating slugger, Josh Gibson (sometimes called "The Black Babe Ruth"), stands tall, partially illuminated by the late afternoon sun in front of his home dugout, swinging three bats, taunting the pitcher, Satchel Paige, as he awaits his turn at bat. As he steps our of the shodow, Gibson watches Paige deliver a pitch to batter, Buck Leonard. Frank Duncan crouches behind home plate inside the sprawling grounds of Griffith Stadium in Washington DC, circa 1943.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (34" x 17") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 25 Artist's Proofs and 20 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Ediiton (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Kansas City Dugout Paper   $395.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, John "Buck" O'Neil, (standing, third from right) player and manager for the Kansas City Monarchs, surveys the field during a home game in 1949. Seated next to him is outfielder, Frank Duncan, Jr.. Standing (from left to right) is the bat boy, and the second baseman, Curtis Roberts. Seated in the dugout are (from left to right) catcher, Elston Howard, pitcher George Walker, old-timer Percy Staples of the Tennessee Rats and team trainer James 'Jew Baby' Floyd.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (30" x 15") of 300 giclees on archival watercolor paper, with 30 Artist's Proofs and 25 Remarques; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Edition (48" x 24") of 100 canvas giclees, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Kansas City Dugout Paper Artist Proof   $445.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, John "Buck" O'Neil, (standing, third from right) player and manager for the Kansas City Monarchs, surveys the field during a home game in 1949. Seated next to him is outfielder, Frank Duncan, Jr.. Standing (from left to right) is the bat boy, and the second baseman, Curtis Roberts. Seated in the dugout are (from left to right) catcher, Elston Howard, pitcher George Walker, old-timer Percy Staples of the Tennessee Rats and team trainer James 'Jew Baby' Floyd.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (30" x 15") of 300 giclees on archival watercolor paper, with 30 Artist's Proofs and 25 Remarques; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Edition (48" x 24") of 100 canvas giclees, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Kansas City Dugout Paper Remarque   $495.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, John "Buck" O'Neil, (standing, third from right) player and manager for the Kansas City Monarchs, surveys the field during a home game in 1949. Seated next to him is outfielder, Frank Duncan, Jr.. Standing (from left to right) is the bat boy, and the second baseman, Curtis Roberts. Seated in the dugout are (from left to right) catcher, Elston Howard, pitcher George Walker, old-timer Percy Staples of the Tennessee Rats and team trainer James 'Jew Baby' Floyd.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (30" x 15") of 300 giclees on archival watercolor paper, with 30 Artist's Proofs and 25 Remarques; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Edition (48" x 24") of 100 canvas giclees, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Kansas City Dugout Canvas   $1000.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, John "Buck" O'Neil, (standing, third from right) player and manager for the Kansas City Monarchs, surveys the field during a home game in 1949. Seated next to him is outfielder, Frank Duncan, Jr.. Standing (from left to right) is the bat boy, and the second baseman, Curtis Roberts. Seated in the dugout are (from left to right) catcher, Elston Howard, pitcher George Walker, old-timer Percy Staples of the Tennessee Rats and team trainer James 'Jew Baby' Floyd.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (30" x 15") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 30 Artist's Proofs and 25 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Edition (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Kansas City Dugout Canvas Hand Enhanced   $1949.00

From the New York Times Best-Selling book, "WE ARE THE SHIP: The Story of Negro League Baseball," by Kadir Nelson, John "Buck" O'Neil, (standing, third from right) player and manager for the Kansas City Monarchs, surveys the field during a home game in 1949. Seated next to him is outfielder, Frank Duncan, Jr.. Standing (from left to right) is the bat boy, and the second baseman, Curtis Roberts. Seated in the dugout are (from left to right) catcher, Elston Howard, pitcher George Walker, old-timer Percy Staples of the Tennessee Rats and team trainer James 'Jew Baby' Floyd.

This image will be released in two separate limited editions: A Limited Paper Edition (30" x 15") of 300 gicleés on archival watercolor paper, with 30 Artist's Proofs and 25 Remarqués; and an Oversize Limited Canvas Edition (48" x 24") of 100 canvas gicleés, with 20 Hand-Embellished Proofs. Each print is signed and numbered by the artist and presented with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Kadir Nelson Peace Of The Rock Giclee Remarque Artists Proofs   $600.00

Peace of the Rock Giclee on Paper Remarque Artists Proof

Kadir Nelson Stolen King Limited Edition Paper Artist Proof   $1695.00

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Kadir Nelson Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas   $325.00

Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas From Kadir Nelsons critically-acclaimed book, Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African Americans, Nelson paints the contemplative and soulful leader of a country at war with itself. With battle-weary eyes, president Abraham Lincoln sits, gently holding his spectacles as he looks on. The weight of holding together the fragile Union rested heavily on the shoulders of our sixteenth president. With great skill and grace, Lincoln led the country through one of its most difficult struggles-- the bloodiest war in the countrys history and the end of American slavery.

Kadir Nelson Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas Artist Proof   $425.00

Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas From Kadir Nelsons critically-acclaimed book, Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African Americans, Nelson paints the contemplative and soulful leader of a country at war with itself. With battle-weary eyes, president Abraham Lincoln sits, gently holding his spectacles as he looks on. The weight of holding together the fragile Union rested heavily on the shoulders of our sixteenth president. With great skill and grace, Lincoln led the country through one of its most difficult struggles-- the bloodiest war in the countrys history and the end of American slavery.

Kadir Nelson Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas HE   $725.00

Abraham Lincoln Giclee On Canvas From Kadir Nelsons critically-acclaimed book, Heart and Soul: The Story of America and African Americans, Nelson paints the contemplative and soulful leader of a country at war with itself. With battle-weary eyes, president Abraham Lincoln sits, gently holding his spectacles as he looks on. The weight of holding together the fragile Union rested heavily on the shoulders of our sixteenth president. With great skill and grace, Lincoln led the country through one of its most difficult struggles-- the bloodiest war in the countrys history and the end of American slavery.