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Miles Davis Jazz Portrait Painting Canvas Art Poster
Miles Davis Jazz Portrait Painting Canvas Art Poster


 
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Product Code: MILES-DAVIS-GOLD_ART

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
19" x 13" Canvas [Add $14.99]
24 x 18 Canvas [Add $26.99]
36 x 24 Canvas [Add $44.99]
55x 36 Canvas [Add $194.99]

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Miles Davis Portrait Painting Canvas

Jazz Music Art Poster
Giclee Poster Print is signed by the artist Leon Jimenez
Base Price for 24x18 - Select Your Size Below This Miles Davis Artwork is not just a poster but a giclee print which uses actual pigmented inks on canvas and each print is individually signed by the artist Leon Jimenez.

The Gold Signature Collection - PORTRAITS is the New Collectors Edition Artwork by Leon Jimenez with New Art Launching Throughout 2010. This Special Series is for the Serious Collector who Expects the Highest Quality Prints.These giclee prints will be produced on Breathing Colors LYVE Archival Canvas it is simply the beast quality canvas we have ever used. It is available in Open and Limited Edition Sizes. All Gallery WrappedStretch Framing will also be Embellished with High Gloss Varnish and Hand Brushed Acrylic. This will make it look and feel like a real painting. The Limited Editon 30x47 Gallery Wrapped Print has a production run of only 300 prints

Miles Davis - Jazz Musician - Song Writer - Trumpet Player - 1926 - 1991

Nine-time Grammy Award winner Miles Davis was a major force in the jazz world, as both a trumpet player and a bandleader.

Instrumental in the development of jazz, Miles Davis is considered one of the top musicians of his era. Born in Illinois in 1926, he traveled at age 18 to New York City to pursue music. Throughout his life, he was at the helm of a changing concept of jazz. Winner of nine Grammy awards, Miles Davis died on September 28, 1991 from respiratory distress in Santa Monica, California.


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