Jean-Marc Superville Sovak is a multidisciplinary artist and teaching professional whose work deeply involves his life and the community around him. His current project, “a-Historical Landscapes”, involves altering 19th century landscape engravings to include contemporaneous images borrowed from Anti-Slavery publications. Jean-Marc’s work has been included in the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s Permanent Collection, and has been exhibited at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park and Manifesta 8 Biennial in Murcia, Spain.

This 1839 engraving by William Bartlett depicts the city of Albany which, since the completion of the Erie Canal in 1825, had become a major industrial center. The image of the African-American children printed by the artist on the original engraving, is a reminder that Albany was also a major stop on the Underground Railroad for those fleeing enslavement northward on their way to freedom. All prints are unique works of art signed by the artist.

Dimensions: 11″ x  14″

Medium: Mono Print on Found Antique Engraving

Weight: 2lbs

Framed: Yes

Price: $650.00

*This piece was selected for exhibition at Ann Street Gallery which runs July 15th – August 15th. 

PICK UP: Patrons pick-up this art work at Ann Street Gallery 104 Ann St, Newburgh, NY 12550

Pick up Date for Artwork: August 16/17 from 12-6pm

Shipping (Additional fee applies): Some artwork is available for shipping if patrons opt to have shipped.

Art is shipped one week after the exhibit ends. The exhibition at Ann Street Gallery ends August 15th. OCAC can not guarantee delivery date.

If you have questions, please contact or call 845-202-0140.


If you have questions, please contact or call 845-202-0140.