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Apollo Fantasy Puzzle

Keith Mallett
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Description

A jigsaw puzzle that reminds you of times gone by when the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem (New York City) was one of the most well-recognized places where Black patrons could listen to African American musicians.

Keith Mallet's artwork depicts an African American couple dancing in the streets as a saxophonist plays on the street. In the background, you can see that Duke Ellington will be performing at the Apollo. There are a group of people standing outside waiting to get into the theatre for the performance.

This is a 550 piece jigsaw puzzle that measures 24x15 inches when complete.

It is an eco-friendly product. The durable puzzle is made using recycled board and soy-based inks. Featuring interlocking pieces. Made in the USA.

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Description

A jigsaw puzzle that reminds you of times gone by when the historic Apollo Theater in Harlem (New York City) was one of the most well-recognized places where Black patrons could listen to African American musicians.

Keith Mallet's artwork depicts an African American couple dancing in the streets as a saxophonist plays on the street. In the background, you can see that Duke Ellington will be performing at the Apollo. There are a group of people standing outside waiting to get into the theatre for the performance.

This is a 550 piece jigsaw puzzle that measures 24x15 inches when complete.

It is an eco-friendly product. The durable puzzle is made using recycled board and soy-based inks. Featuring interlocking pieces. Made in the USA.

Specs.
Edition Open Edition
Height 24 inches
Length 18 inches
Medium Recycled Board
Signed Unsigned
SKU 59271
UPC 796780592711
Keith Mallett
Keith Mallett is a recognized and celebrated artist from Pennsylvania. His artwork has been featured in galleries and expos such as Ornette Coleman's Artist House Gallery, Dyanson Galleries, the Tokyo International Art Show and the International Spring Fair. Keith Mallett's artwork has also been featured in many television shows such as Stephan King's "The Stand", "Melrose Place", "Designing Women", "Roseanne" and many others.
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