All watercolor Art Prints are created using scans of my original artwork.
Frenchie's Bar was what they called in the South, a "juke-joint" which featured music, dancing and gambling along with offering things like small grocery items and even gasoline. It was operated by African Americans and catered to the rural workforce in the Black community who were sadly barred from white establishments under Jim Crow laws. The source photo used for this painting was taken in 1939 and is the only known photo of Frenchie's Bar. As with all of prints and posters, this is an original design featuring my own illustrations, graphic design and art work.
• Digitally Printed. • Available in several sizes. • Printed with a Matte Finish on Heavy Duty Archival Paper. • 220 GSM Heavy Weight Paper. • Frame is not included.