Wynton Kelly (image #5)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print

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Wynton Kelly (image #5)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print

Limited Edition

1 Silver Gel Print -  $350.00

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Wynton Kelly and Gene Ramey.at the "Sonny Rollins Volume One" session of December 16, 1956

This 11 x 14 fine art fiber print with an image size of 10 x 10 was made from Francis Wolff's original negative by master printer Lenny Lum.

This is a one of a kind print of an image that appeared in "The Blue Note Years - The Jazz Photography Of Francis Wolff" (Rizzoli). The print was made for the book's 1995 New York gallery opening. Only one is available and no more will be printed.

Regularly $700, now $350.



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Wynton Kelly (image #5)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print
Wynton Kelly (image #5)-11 X 14 Silver Gelatin Print
Limited Edition: Francis Wolff Photography copies
1 Silver Gel Print - $350.00


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