Duke Ellington’s career as a composer, pianist and leader of a jazz orchestra spanned more than five decades. His orchestra gained significant attention after its performances at the Cotton Club in New York and even toured Europe in the 1930s. Not one to be pigeon-holed, Ellington referred to his music as American Music rather than allow a single genre define his style. Ellington was blessed with some of the best musicians in their field and moulded them together to form one of the best-known jazz orchestras in history.
Shot by Dale Barnes in September 1964, Duke Ellington is pictured during his CBC Special – The Duke.
Available on Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 or Aluminum Alloy
Hahnemühle has been the industry standard for over 400 years. Today, the most popular FineArt inkjet paper by Hahnemühle is the Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308. The fine, smooth surface and feel of this paper makes it ideal for both colour or black and white art reproductions.
Our Aluminum Alloy version provides an alternative to the Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 option and is of the utmost quality with a high gloss gallery finish. Printed on aluminum sheets, these prints are moisture proof and have excellent archival life.
Each limited edition print is accompanied by an official Certificate of Authenticity to mark its legitimacy. To view a sample, please click here.
*Prices exclude Shipping & Handling fees.