The artwork was a digitally created rendition for a cover. There is no original painting because the creation was done on a computer, which I sell the prints.
The size: 19″ x 22″-Paper or Canvas prints. Custom sizes are available
This Cover Artwork is from; EVERYTHING YOU WERE TAUGHT ABOUT AFRICAN-AMERICANS AND THE CIVIL WAR IS WRONG, ASK A SOUTHERNER!
An intriguing article that raises the topic of whether “interracial love was conceivable” in the South during the Civil War era was published this morning in The New York Times. The narrative will probably arouse powerful emotions that either confirm or refute the existence of real other-regarding feelings between master and slave at this time. The question itself necessitates careful consideration of our interpretation of the pertinent historical background and the terminology we use to characterize the master-slave relationship and where friendship enters.