What other legendary label has artwork as collectible as the actual records? These long historically famous session photos from Francis Wolff are absolutely gorgeous and make for the perfect supplement to your Blue Note Records collection. From 1939 to 1967, Wolff photographed nearly every Blue Note session. He's as responsible for how we remember the look of John Coltrane as Rudy Van Gelder is for how we remember the sound. While Wolff never considered himself a master photographer, history certainly remembers him as one of the few great jazz photographers. Wolff died in 1971, but many of his thousands of images have been established as classics.
Each numbered print is part of a limited edition of 500, and will not be reprinted. The image is 10" x 10," printed on 11" x 17" acid-free paper with archival pigment inks. Acoustic Sounds Series Subscribers may request the print number matching their numbered-edition albums.
This Museum-quality fine art print is made with archival pigment inks on 100% acid-free rag paper.
Photographs by Francis Wolff ©Mosaic Images LLC, www.mosaicrecordsimages.com.