Paramour Fine Arts

Crichlow, Ernest

(1914-2005)

Born in Brooklyn, he studied art in New York city and went on to work on the WPA . He exhibited at the HARLEM COMMUNITY CENTER in 1938 where he showed his famous depiction of a Klansman attacking a Black woman.
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"Lovers"

"Lovers"

Lithograph, 1938
13 3/4 in. x 11 1/4 in. (349 mm x 286 mm)
Edition of 30
Unframed

Availability: In Stock
Price: $11.500

A fine impression of this exceptional stark portrayal of Klan violence against Black women with full margins---a later printing of this extremely rare image done in 1990