An endearing framed print by Harry Roseland (1868 – 1950) of two African American children enthralled by a Bluebird that’s titled The Bird Cage. The print is surrounded by a wood frame that’s likely from the 1950s or 1960s and is covered with non-glare glass. The framed measurements are 22 by 18 inches and the back is covered with cardboard with a wire attached for hanging. The print is in good vintage condition with a small piece of debris behind the glass in two places, while the frame is also grand with just a small scrape here and there. A true treasure of Black Americana done by one of the most notable painters of the genre, known primarily for paintings of poor African Americans.