Joséphine Baker- Two Illustrations

Josephine Baker.
She’s not just the dancer, the singer, the international star.
She participated in 1963 in Washington, D.C. in the march organized by Martin Luther King.
She adopts twelve children of various ethnic groups, calling them “my rainbow tribe“.
She herself is mestizo: African-American Creole and Appalachian Indian.
The first great black star.

  • This is a OOAK. Double illustration.
  • Fibre tip pens water-based ink of paper (250 gr.)
  • Size: A4 (11"X7")
  • I send via registered mail.

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My signature will attest to the authenticity of the product.

With your artwork or scarf, you will receive a paper certificate proving the authenticity of the artwork/foulard.
Whether it is a limited edition print or a limited edition scarf, you will receive the exact numbering.
Details of the year in which the artwork/scarf was made, the material used, the size, title, date and signature will complete the certificate.
My signature will attest to the authenticity of the product.

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Story

Josephine Baker.
She’s not just the dancer, the singer, the international star.
She participated in 1963 in Washington, D.C. in the march organized by Martin Luther King.
She adopts twelve children of various ethnic groups, calling them “my rainbow tribe“.
She herself is mestizo: African-American Creole and Appalachian Indian.
The first great black star, who for a lifetime will remember the labors of blacks and the injustices reserved for them.
She was the symbol of the struggle against apartheid, and when Martin Luther King was killed, they asked her to take over the movement but she said no, because she wanted to not leave her children orphans.
A strong and nonconformist woman, able to go from ballet to being a spy during the Second World War, always at the forefront of the struggle for equality and freedom.

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