eBook – Philly Art in Black and White *INSTANT DOWNLOAD*


Philly Art in Black and White 222 page Black & White Art Book.
Includes 35 Mini Prints ready to frame and hang in your home or office.

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• Book is 8.5″ x 11″at full high resolution
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Philly Art in Black and White 222 page Black & White Art Book.
Includes 35 Mini Prints (8.5″ x 11″) ready to frame and hang in your home or office.

This item is provided as digital files (PDF). Simply read book from your home or office computer, tablet or smart phone. Print the mini prints from your computer printer – instructions provided.

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• Order is for digital file only. It does not include printing, framing or accessories.
• This item is non-refundable.
• Files are not emailed to you. For your convenience, they are available for download directly from this site.
• Due to different monitor/printer calibration settings, the color appearance on your screen may not truly represent the finished print.

You get only one (1) download. You have only 24 hours to complete your download-link expires in 24 hours from purchase.

Intended for personnel use ONLY! Not for commercial use.

© All designs and images are copyrighted by October Gallery and/or the individual artist.  Copy, redistribute or resell is not permitted without written permission from October Gallery.

Philly Art In Black and White is the latest Art Book from October Gallery. The book is 8.5″ x 11″ with 222 pages in black and white. Included are 35 black and white frameable fine art mini prints that can be printed and framed – 8.5″ x 11″.  These 35 fine art prints x $10.00 (retail price) = $350 value.

The African-American visual artists featured in this book are by no means a complete list of Black artists or Philadelphia based Black artists. There are countless Black artists and Philly artists who have made significant contributions to the arts.

The 1988 article (page 13) demonstrates the growing Black art market climate in the late 1980’s and we wished to get out in front of the curve at that time. To that end this book strives to showcase a few artists that enabled us to move ahead of the curve with black and white offset prints. Most of these artists have been a part of the October Gallery art family for decades. All are not originally from Philadelphia. Some are even from other countries. But they have either exhibited at one of our gallery locations or have been a part of the Philadelphia International Art Expo experience. This book highlights not all artists who have participated in our story, but specifically those whose art we published as black and white reproductions. Hence the title “Philly Art In Black and White”.


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Black & White Book

The Book, The Workbook