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 John Falter's Jazz Portraits

        Vic Dickenson

 
Vic Dickenson played trombone and sang
. He worked with Benny Moten, Bobby Hackett, Eddie Condon, and the World's Greatest Jazz Band.

 



Vic Dickenson

John Falter
pencil and tempera paint on colored paper, 1971

Donor: John P. Falter Collection
10,645-3597




Vic Dickenson

John Falter
lithograph, from the "Jazz from Life" series, 1971

The gold background of this print approximates the colored paper of the original drawing.

Donor: Cliff's Notes, Inc.
10704-16




Vic Dickenson

John Falter
lithograph

Donor: John P. Falter Collection
10,645-3608


  

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