This large and vibrant scene was framed and sold in the 1980’s, but the era it captures is some 20+ years prior…a late night scene in a black jazz club somewhere in the vicinity of the 1960s. Makes you wish you could slip on in yourself to hear that piano and slow dance with your main squeeze. With solid wood ornate framing, it is a print behind glass. There is more information on the back of the frame than we found on all of Google about Eugene Chen the artist…but he certainly was talented at capturing a mood.
34.25" W x 23" H x 1" Deep
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