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Reginald Gammon, American
Remembering J, 8/4/2002
Ink on paper
30 in. x 21 1/2 in. (76.2 cm x 54.61 cm)

Object Type: Offset LIthograph
Technique: Lithography
Creation Place: North America, America, Pennsylvania
Accession Number: 2011.9.19

Teacher, painter, and printmaker, Reginald Gammon's work focused on the Civil Rights struggles of the 1960s, jazz and blues musicians, and scenes of everyday living. His final body of work consistsed of 100 prints of historically important jazz musicians and gospel singers.


ink on paper

Object Description
African American musicians are depicted playing in this black-and-white print. The viewer's eye is attracted to the mouth of a trombone at the top of the work, center, through which the face of the musician can be seen. Through a variety of techniques, including textures, flattened space, high contrast, and composition, a sense of rhythm and energy is produced in this work.

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