Artist's description:

This is a painting of one of several dilapidated buildings in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington DC. Despite its state of decay, this building for me had a visually stunning appearance on the corner of 8th Street and Rhode Island Avenue, especially with the lurid red boards covering the windows, as well as its unusual art combination-- Egyptian imagery, portraits of Duke Ellington, Carter Woodson and Robert Gould Shaw -- covering the walls. It was renovated over a year ago and is now the Barber of Hell's Bottom.

Materials used:

Oil paint

818 Rhode Island Ave NW (Day Scene) (2008)


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This artwork is sold by Craig Moran from United States

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Craig Moran

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