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Helen Keller Art Print
Helen Keller Art Print
Helen Keller Art Print
Helen Keller Art Print
Helen Keller Art Print
Helen Keller Art Print

Helen Keller Art Print

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Empower and inspire your little one in her (or his) own space with our exclusive art print of the author and disability rights advocate, Helen Keller. Illustrated by noteworthy artist Noa Snir in her own unique style, take this thought provoking piece of art home and bring on the learning! Now available in framed or unframed options!

Learn more about artist Noa Snir! 

About Helen Keller

Helen Adams Keller (1880–1968) was an American author, disability rights advocate, political activist, and lecturer. Born in Tuscumbia, Alabama, Keller lost her sight and hearing at the age of nineteen months to an illness now believed to have been scarlet fever. Five years later, on the advice of Alexander Graham Bell, her parents hired teacher Anne Mansfield Sullivan. Through Sullivan’s extraordinary instruction, Keller learned to read and write in Braille and to use the hand signals of the deaf-mute, which she could understand only by touch. With Sullivan repeating the lectures into her hand, Keller studied at schools for the deaf in Boston and New York City and graduated cum laude from Radcliffe College in 1904. Her unprecedented accomplishments in overcoming her disabilities made her a celebrity at an early age and she received many honors in recognition. At age twelve, she published an autobiographical sketch in the Youth’s Companion and during her junior year at Radcliffe she produced her first book, The Story of My Life, still in print in over fifty languages. Widely honored throughout the world, Keller altered the world’s perception of the capacities of the handicapped. More than any act in her long life, her courage, intelligence, and dedication combined make her a symbol of the triumph of the human spirit over adversity.

 

Shipping**At this time please allow up to 15 business days for unframed prints and 30 business days for framed prints to be produced and shipped. In order to ensure the health of our manufacturing partners during the COVID-19 pandemic, our print facilities are working with a limited staff and delays in fulfillment are possible. 

Unframed $10 flat rate

Framed $20 flat rate

Product Details

* This item is custom made and non-refundable.

Paper Material

  • Professional-Grade paper with bright white, smooth matte surface. Acid and Lignin-free pulp, 86% opacity.

Frame Materials

  • White Wood: Matte white solid wood contemporary style frame - cool-toned matte white finish on a simple squared profile. This simple, classic frame is at home in gallery-style art groupings.
  • Maple Wood:  Natural wood, clear finish, contemporary style frame clear finish on natural maple frame allows the wood intricacies to shine through. A simple and economical frame, it’s perfect for gallery-style art groupings.

    Frame Care instructions

    • Dust with slightly dampened clean cloth. Do not clean acrylic with an ammonia based cleaner or it will damage.

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