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Seeing Michael Brecker play in the 80s was something to behold. He'd sit in with various rhythm sections all over Manhattan on nights that he didn't have a gig. He'd call the most basic standard tunes and play in a way that could only be described as science fiction. He pointed to a post Coltrane future that few could imagine.


Michael Brecker circa 1981 Giclee print on archival paper. Each and every print is hand signed and numbered by Allen Mezquida. Limited printing 1/25. Offering two sizes: SMALL 12" x 18" and LARGE 20"x30".


SKU: 0007
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  • Artwork does not come framed. For the SMALL 12"x18" we recommend a standard 18'x 24" frame. For the LARGE 20"x 30" we recommend a standard 30"x 40" frame. Anti-reflective museum glass is best or NO glass otherwise the portrait will be obscurred by room reflections.

  • Since the reproduction is limited, all sales of these and limited edition products are final. Exchanges for credit are at the sole discretion of the gallery and will be reviewed on a case by case basis.

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