Artist: E.J. Gold
Size: 15 1/8" x 13 1/8" in. Framed (8in.x10in. un-)
Eugene Jeffrey (E.J.) Gold (born 1941) is an artist, author and jazz musician whose gigantic JazzArt paintings have served as backdrops for such jazz greats as Herbie Hancock, Wynton Marsalis, Nancy Wilson, Oscar Peterson, Toots Thielemans and many others. His artwork has appeared in LACMA, the set of Sister, Sister, International Association for Jazz Education, The Jazz Bakery, B.B. King Blues Club, Jazz at Lincoln Center and has graced many jazz and entertainment journals. Many of his works have sold for up to $180,000 and hang in the White House, Clinton Library, Museum of Modern Art and many of the finest Galleries, Museums and Private Collections around the world. (please ask if you would like more images to examine)
Museum quality frame as shown.