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Mahalia Jackson

2003 Jazz Festival Poster

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The most spiritual - and spirited - voice of the 20th Century belonged
to the late, great pioneering interpreter of gospel music, Mahalia Jackson.
Choosing the sanctified music of the church over the temptations of R&B,
this New Orleans native still had a huge impact on a more earthly plane:
she influenced the rock & roll of Little Richard, launched the career
of accompanist Billy Preston, won a Lifetime Achievement Grammy, was
inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and, against all odds,
landed a gospel song on Billboard's Top 100. Her voice rang out at
Kennedy's inaugural and rallied the 200,000 faithful before Martin
Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. Hers was a life of passionate
commitment, accomplishment and far-reaching beneficent influence.

The work is being published in a numbered unsigned edition of 10,000
Numbered 19" x 36" on archival vellum paper; a numbered artist-signed
edition of 3,000 Artist-signed & numbered 20" x 38" on museum-standard
cotton rag paper; a numbered Remarque edition of 750 Remarque, signed
& numbered 21" x 40" on museum rag paper bearing a hand drawing by
Michalopoulos and his signature plus the estate-stamped signature of
Ms. Jackson in the oversized lower margin; and, a very exclusive
artist-signed and numbered canvas C-Marque edition of 300 Canvas
Remarque, signed & numbered 21" x 40" bearing the same signature,
stamp and drawing as the Remarque and suitable for stretching and
framing as a painting.

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