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Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen - #504

This is an African-American spiritual probably dating to the first half of the nineteenth century. These songs of a religious nature were composed by slaves living in the southern United States prior to and during the Civil War. Their text often contained hidden messages about escape to the North or to Canada or was a veiled protest against slavery. This song, however, expresses only the pain suffered by the slaves, while, of course, offering hope to them through fervent Christian belief. Its me

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Expressive Calligraphy by Timothy R. Botts
Available in 2 different print sizes

13" x 19" Fine Art Giclee Print - $45
    - Limited Edition of 250 - Signed & Numbered
    - Printed on fine art paper with archival pigment-based inks
    - Image Size appx 10 x 10

11" x 14" Poster Print - $17
    - Image Size appx 8.5 x 8.5

Not available framed or matted

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