"DON The VAGABOND FIDDLER" Seattle Washington Pioneer Square
Street Musician found outside the J&M Cafe
My vintage documentary arts iimage depicts this illustrious vagabond street musician, fresh fron Coquille, Oregon as he stood on 1st Street in August 1980, playing for money near the corner of Washington St. by the historic J&M Cafe. He said, "All I want is to bring a little happiness to people. If some of it comes back to me, that's all right too."
It was included in the popular 1981 photographic calendar, "Market & Square." The calendar was dedicated to the many people who fought for the preservation of Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market... and to the Artisans, Farmers, Street Musicians, Merchants and everyone who has ever known the market and Square.
16x20 inch archival giclee fine art print
The art print offers an exquisite range of tonality and brilliancy faithfully capturing this historical Pioneer Square, Seattle subject. Suitable for immediate safe viewing (the print is clear sleeved on foam core board) and ready for framing.
Image dimensions are @11.3x17 inches
Heavyweight 270 gsm Satin paper
Signed/Dated on lower white border
Clear sleeved on acid free foam core
Shipped flat, insured with delivery confirmation
"Don the Vagabond Fiddler" Copyright © 1980 Clyde Keller
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