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Haywood Magee
Haywood Magee, Louis Armstrong on Stage Limited Edition Photographic Print 20x30

1956

About the Item

American jazz trumpeter and bandleader Louis 'Satchmo' Armstrong (1900 - 1971), shouts after clarinettist Edmund Hall's solo, on stage during the band's British tour, May 19, 1956. An unidentified bassist stands in the foreground. (Photo by Haywood Magee/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) As an authorized Getty Images Gallery partner, we offer premium quality prints scanned from the original negatives and plates from Getty’s darkroom. All photographic prints are accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity from Getty Images Gallery. The limited edition print uses a Fibre silver gelatin printing process that produces exhibition quality, archival prints using premium quality, panchromatic photographic paper. Limited to an edition run of only 300, these are embossed with a Getty Images Archive stamp in the lower right margin and hand numbered in the lower left margin. Please allow approximately 3 - 4 weeks delivery as these are custom printed to order.
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