Keenan, Larry - The Struggle 8x10 FRAMED

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The Struggle, Oakland 1964

Civil Rights was on everyone's mind in the early sixties. Having been brought up in an all-white town as a child, I had no real perspective. Robert Taylor was a student friend of mine at art school. Robert and others helped me gain some perspective. The Beats continued my education about human rights, social justice, political freedom, censorship and the environment.

Larry’s film negatives from the 60’s have been drum scanned and restored to his original vision. Professionally printed in the Bay Area. We use Canson Infinity Baryta II paper, smooth with a light texture. Each print includes a small border and accompanying each print is a 5x7 card with Larrys behind the scene story.

We offer a gallery style glass and black metal frame. Included is acid-free mat board which protects your print by keeping it off the glass. Also included is acid free foam board backing and a wall hanging kit.

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