Paris 1890s Jazz Club Musicians - Maybe

Regular price $100.00

About This Image - Some say this is a long lost sketch by a little known artist of the day, Marvin Lowtreck, while he was living in poverty in Paris in the late 1800s. He practiced his drawing at jazz clubs in seedy neighborhoods where he lived hoping for sales to sustain himself. And, the story goes, some other guy copied his style and name and became better known. Well maybe. I seem to remember photographing a group at the Jazz Record Art Collective of 12 musicians, the Chicago Yestet, who look surprisingly like these people. I think that’s Chris Madsen on the left, Nick Mazzarella standing, Joel Adams on trombone, and Geof Bradfield on the right, but hey, you never know.

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Greeting Cards - Perfect for sending or framing. Image centered on 5 x 7 Premium Matte card stock with envelope in protective clear bag. Blank inside. $6 each, 10 for $50 using the drop down menus above. OR add any ten greeting cards to your cart and insert the word “10greetingcards” in the Discount code field during checkout for a $10 discount.

11×14 archival pigment print with 7.6x10 image (approx.) centered, archival mat and backing.

16x20 archival pigment print with 12x16 inch image (approx.) centered, archival mat and backing. 

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