"Susan B. Anthony" pop art print by Rob Ozborne.
THE STORY: Women had been denied the right to vote in the United States because, well, they were women. So, Susan B. Anthony traveled, lectured, pushed and campaigned to make change. She pressed for the abolition of slavery, the rights of women to own property and keep their earnings. She called for women's suffrage, the right of women to vote in the United States.
Susan B. Anthony wouldn't live to see the passage of the Nineteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, guaranteeing American women the right to vote. Often referred to as the "Anthony Amendment", she made an indelible contribution to it's passage.
THE PRINT: The artwork is printed on bright white matte art paper. The frame is not included, but the print comes with a white border, and is ready to pop into a frame.
THE ARTIST: By Rob Ozborne, each print is hand-signed.
SHIPPING & HANDLING: Great care is taken in preparing your print. Placed in a protective archival sleeve, gently rolled and well packed, your artwork ships in a sturdy tube.