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African-American Lifestyle Print: "Doing Homework" by C.W. Mundy
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Mundy is a member of oil, marine and en plien air artist societies.  His originals aarein museums and private collectionall over the United States.  The scene in this print is the front porch with a planked door, Dutch lap siding and wood flooring. The paint is flaking and peeling. The wood is split and cracked.  This doesn't look like a house that has seen better days;it must have been built by those with few resouces.  Front and center is a red wooden chair with a book bag hanging on tha back.  Sitting on the chair, paper on her knees, is a young girl with a pencil clutched in her fingers.  Her hair is parted in the middle,braided and braided and tied with blue ribbons to match her simple sleeveless dress.  Well worn flip-flops support toes curled in consentration.  A wrinkled paper lies nesr by, not satisfied with less than her best effort. Ambitious, determined to rise above her humble beginnings. Hard work will get her ahead in the world.  Framed under plastic. Paper, prior to 1994.
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