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This large artistic interpretation by Ed Richardson used to hang on a wall of a jazz club in Manhattan during the 1950’s, a period in which jazz music began to greatly diversify and expand its parameters. Delightfully caricatured, the subjects are African American jazz musicians - a trumpeter, keyboardist, bass guitarist, saxophonist, & a drummer. Done on two pieces of wood which fit together like a puzzle, mounted on another piece of wood.
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