Known as ‘Lady Day’, she went from a childhood playing piano in brothels to national acclaim. Her unique vocal style became the template for jazz phrasing and improvisation.
An early voice for civil rights, she was persecuted by J. Edgar Hoover until the day she died.
- The original painting is acrylic on black walnut panel- 5 1/2” x 7 5/8”
- Printed on acid free paper with archival inks
- Packaged in 5”x 7” Crystal clear, resealable polyethylene collector’s bags with
PH neutral mat board backing.