Louis Armstrong (1901-1971) might be best known to the general public as the grinning, gravelly-voiced singer of “What a Wonderful World” and “Hello Dolly”, two popular hits from the 1960s. But as well as being a great entertainer, “Satchmo”, or “Pops”, as he was sometimes known, was first and foremost a jazz musician and virtuoso trumpeter, whose jaw-dropping improvisational, technical and rhythmic prowess made him the first major jazz soloist when he emerged in the 1920s. His recording career lasted for over 45 years and produced an extensive and varied range of albums.
Original photography by William P. Gottlieb. Full photo restoration by us.
Art Print only
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