< Return to Previous Page

African American Art, Portrait of a Charwoman, Washington DC, 1942, Gordon Parks, Ella Watson, Black History, Black Art by HistoricalPix

Gordon Park's photo of a Charwoman (Chore Woman) in Washington DC, 1942. Gordon Parks was an African American who worked for the Farm Security Administration and took amazing portraits across the US. This woman's name is Ella Watson and you can see another portrait Gordon Parks took at home here: www.etsy.com/listing/686449700/african-american-photos-black-art-print?ref=shop_home_active_1&frs=1

You can find more African American art here: www.etsy.com/shop/HistoricalPix?ref=seller-platform-mcnav&section_id=22079858

Hours are spent cleaning each picture using professional software. This includes removing dust, scratches and optimizing the exposure for printing while enhancing the original details.

– Most prints are standard photo sizes (8×10, 11×14, 16×20, 20×24, 24×30, 24×36) including a quarter inch border for matting and framing.
-For framing ideas, visit my Pinterest Store at www.pinterest.com/HistoricalPixPrints/photo-framing-ideas/.
-Looking for a specific photo, or customization? Please let me know and I may be able to provide it for you.
-Need a really large print? I can do that! DM me!

FREE SHIPPING!! I ship quickly and safely – your print will arrive in a rigid mail tube. I ship First Class and Priority. First Class can sometimes take up to 3.5 weeks to deliver (mostly during the holidays or severe weather). If you need a print for a gift, or holiday and timing is important, I would recommend upgrading to Priority (2-3 days, insured and tracked).

Visit www.etsy.com/shop/HistoricalPix to see even more fun prints!

Thank you!

Share this post & the power of local to your other favorite networks:
Buy on Etsy