This is not the traditional painting of Louis Armstrong that we are accustom to seeing throughout the city of New Orleans. Half of his face is depicted as the world class performer we are accustomed to seeing, but the other half, in black face, speaks about a city that was still segregated at the time of Louis Armstrong's life. In the same breath the black face is also the realization of Louis's childhood dream, when he served as King Zulu in the Mardi Gras parade.
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This Limited Edition is part of collection 33 Prints, made on stretched canvas and hand-signed by the artist. The print is only available in the actual size of the original painting.
(Same size as original painting)
30 x 40 in Stretched canvas, hand-signed by the artist.
About Limited Edition Prints
Busciglio's limited edition prints are created on artist-selected canvas and printed with the finest archival inks. Each print is stretched on 2" gallery wrap canvas. The bottom edge of each print is hand-signed and numbered by Busciglio. He signs his limited edition prints using a small brush dipped in gold enamel paint. The accompanying Certificate of Authenticity is also hand-signed and numbered by the artist. These prints are limited to an edition of 33.
To make these limited prints more special, Busciglio has decided to offer these prints only in the exact dimensions of the original painting. This means each brush stroke appears in the same size as the original painting. These prints are truly one-of-a-kind.