Frameable Artwork By Black Artists To Shop On Etsy

These hand-drawn illustrations, vibrant digital prints and meaningful paintings are just waiting to be displayed in your home.
Modern digital prints by ThatArtistLauren, original paintings by aisforavery and ink illustrations by Bibanabi.

Etsy, a much-loved online storefront that showcases small businesses, is a perfect platform to explore the diverse artistry and creativity offered by Black artist from around the globe.

Here, you can find everything from original paintings to unique prints that are ready to be framed and adorn the walls of your home.

In the collection below, we gathered an entire gallery’s worth of Black art to shop, along with some information about each of the artists.

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Junefern Art
This Raleigh, North Carolina-based seller offers a variety of goods that celebrate important aspects of Black history, such as Juneteenth and notable Black figures in fashion. One of their featured items is this illustrative print that reinterprets the famed artwork "American Gothic."
Pretty Pop Design
Elisa of Fairfax Station, Virginia creates prints, stickers and original mixed media art pieces that feature bold and modern designs to add the perfect pop of color to your walls. You can even find downloadable designs that you can print off at home if you don't want to wait for shipping. There's something for every room in the house, including bathrooms and children's rooms.
Xenia Fonk Art
Much of the work created by Wilmington, Delaware-based Xenia Fonk captures the beauty and strength of Black women combined with floral elements and watercolor techniques. You can grab pieces printed on canvas, posters and digital downloads.
M Koby Art
Melissa Koby is a Florida-based illustrator whose work centers around women supporting one another. In addition to framable prints, she also sells her work on candles and T-shirts.
S Brown Art
Georgia-based Stacey Brown has a 23-year career as a visual artist; his work often features "traditional landscapes, and urban neighborhood scenes that exude keen observations of everyday life." Brown's preferred medium is watercolor on paper and glass, both of which you can shop at his Etsy storefront along with graphic T-shirts and decorative pillow covers.
Art By Micheal Neely
"Soul food for your walls" is what Texas-based artist Micheal Neely says of his work which features folk art highlighting Black Americana. Pieces like this kitchen scene are printed on archival matte fine art paper meant to stand the test of time.
Art By Elliot
Elliot Hubbard's storefront features a rich and vibrant selection of watercolor prints and canvas paintings that highlight Black influence on music and culture. Find abstract Jazz paintings, floral works and pieces like this one, titled "The Black Cowboy," which comes printed on premium archival matte paper along with the option of coming professionally framed.
Lesan Creates
Inspired by her Jamaican roots and traditional African masks, Leslie Anne Hansley creates original abstract paintings on canvas as well as home decor and personal accessories, right from her home in Maryland.
The Phoenix Palms
Tamara Tashna, owner of The Phoenix Palms, curates unique and culturally rich home decor, primarily contemporary Black artwork like this portrait, "Remy," that comes printed on thick premium matte paper sourced from Japan. Other wall art pieces from The Phoenix Palm offer similar stark color schemes and powerful imagery.
Two Sister Apparel
Inspired to reignite her passion for art during the pandenic, Ada Echeruo-Nwosu of Two Sister Apparel began painting works that celebrate Black women from around the world while also infusing her Nigerian heritage into her pieces.
A New Meroon
Based in Washington, D.C., Rose-Romaine, owner of A New Meroon, created this art print titled "Femme" as a way to celebrate Black womanhood and woman empowerment. This piece comes unframed and printed on fine art museum-grade paper.
The illustrative works of Habiba Nabisubi are beautiful and highly detailed images celebrating Black hair and protective styles. This London-based artist uses ink as her medium of choice and her prints come on thick, ready-to-frame paper.
That Artist Lauren
Lauren Emily is a Los Angeles-based graphic designer and the artist behind an extensive selection of geometric and midcentury modern artwork. At her shop, you can find a variety of framable digital illustrations, all printed on matte museum-grade paper using archival ink.
A Is For Avery
Hailing from Ann Arbor, Michigan, Avery creates original paintings and drawings as well as some prints of her original works. This painting in particular comes on a birch wood panel and is ready to be hung.
Nikss Art
The vivid prints from London-based Nikss Art feature Zodiac artwork, fruit prints and Black-centric pieces like this ready-to-frame woman print that comes on quality matte card stock.

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