Howard University Opens Online Store for Reproductions of Its Artwork

“The Student” by Abraham Joel Tobias.

Howard University has announced that it is selling reproductions of artwork from the collections held by its Gallery of Fine Art, the Moorland Spingarn Research Center and the School of Divinity. All told, there are 46 reproductions available that can be purchased online. The reproductions include 11 X 18 prints for prices as low as $15 and 40 X 60 reproductions of paintings on canvas for as much as $850.

The reproductions include works of art by Henry O. Tanner, Aaron Douglas, Jacob Lawrence, L.P. Spinner, and others. Historic photographs relating to Howard University are also available.

The proceeds from the sales of these items will support the respective galleries at Howard University which hold these works in their permanent collections.

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  1. This is a joke. If Howard University really wants to raise money to support the Gallery of Fine Art, the Moorland Spingarn Research Center and the School of Divinity, they should pull and sell all of those artworks that are stored in those flat files, that they are never going to frame or exhibit.

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