Archive of 19 photographs by Burt Goldblatt of key mid-century American jazz musicians 1940s-1960s
N.p. N.p., Circa 1940s-1960s. Archive of 19 photographs of mid-century jazz and blues icons by noted jazz photographer Burt Goldblatt, all but one with his credit stamp on the verso.
Included are photographs of Wes Montgomery, Woody Herman (4), Ron Carter, Dexter Gordon, Lionel Hampton (2), Johnny Hodges, Milt Jackson (2), "Cannonball" Adderley, Maxine Sullivan, Nat Adderley (2), Bud Freeman, Monk Montgomery, Buddy Montgomery, Phil Woods, and others.
Goldblatt is known for his photographic work for album covers from the late 1950s to 1960s. His credits include photo artwork for LPs by Billie Holiday, Herbie Mann, Carmen McCrae and others.
18 of the photographs with Goldblatt's stamp on the verso (in various stamp formats over a 30-year period), all from his archive.
18 of the photographs approximately 8 x 10 inches, 2 approximately 5 x 7 inches.
Very Good to Near Fine, one with a vertical crease (Phil Woods).
Please note: copying for re-sale is illegal and no commercial rights are included in the sale of these vintage prints. Copyright remains with (c)Burt Goldblatt/CTSIMAGES.
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