Drawn from a black and white photo, and painted with oil pastels. We find a group of African American Men, standing in front of the Farmers & Merchants Bank in Boley, Oklahoma in 1932. The men are grieving the death of the bank President after he was killed following a failed bank robbery attempt by the legendary Pretty Boy Floyd Gang.
Boley, Oklahoma is a Black Town that was very progressive at that time, and still exists today. Boley is one of the thirteen historic Black towns in Oklahoma. Prints on demand are available. Please contact the artist, if interested in purchasing the original.
Those interested in purchasing the original should contact the artist. Prints on demand are available as well.