Leonard Bernstein (1918-1990), arguably the most prominent figure in American classical music of the second half of the twentieth century, made his impact as a conductor, as a composer of classical and theater music, and as an educator through books, conducting students at Tanglewood, and especially through various televised lecture series that helped define the potentials of that medium. Bernstein came to national prominence virtually overnight through a last-minute conducting debut with the New York Philharmonic, when he substituted for Bruno Walter on November 14, 1943.
Original photography by William P. Gottlieb. Full photo restoration by us.
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Museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper
• paper weight: 200 gsm / 80 lb
• shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster
• every print ships ready to frame
Foam Board Print
The smooth texture intensifies the image's natural look and feel.
• easy stick on and take off the wall
• strong, rigid and amazingly lightweight
• mounting kit included
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