20 Fantastic Fine Art Prints to Brighten Your Space by Black Artists on Etsy

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If you’re looking for something to spruce up your space, art prints are an easy way to add personality to your walls. While not everyone can afford an original painting, prints make art in your home more accessible and also support the artists working in the process. It’s a great time to support independent black artists, and Etsy is one of the best places to find one-of-a-kind artwork and many other unique items made by black designers and creators.

The website has made an increased effort in recent months to showcase black-owned Etsy shops, and there are several to choose from, including shops featuring the work of black artists. Whether you prefer to display whimsical artwork or something more minimal, there’s art to match every style and decor. And here at My Modern Met, we bring you some of our favorites.

The art prints we’ve picked from black artists on Etsy will add character and personality to any space. And don’t forget to check out some of the artists’ other items in their shops, because you’re sure to find even more to love!

Scroll down to see great fine art prints by black artists on Etsy!

Pink Kenyan Hill Printable Artwork


Set of 4 mini art prints


Female line art

Venus Art Print

Delicately Rooted Limited Edition (pt 3)

Black Culture Art Print

Women Wall Art Canvas Print

Illustration of grellow black woman

friends of the sun

Bookworm illustration

Blue Phoenix Woman Art Print

90s Black Power Puff Wall Art Print

black beauty

Blooming Collage Art Print

On the way to ballet class

Jumping rope

Limited edition print of Martin Luther King


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