Don't Play That Song

Paul Lovering
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  • Acid-Free Paper
  • Archival Inks

An image by watercolor artist Paul Lovering of Aretha Louise Franklin. This work of art pays tribute to the legendary soul singer and pianist that charted over 112 single, won 18 Grammys including the first eight ever given for Best R&B Female Vocal Performance and sold over 75 million records worldwide. A beautiful way to remember the true "Queen of Soul".

This work of art is named after the song "Don't Play That Song (You Lied)". It was originally recorded by Ben E. King. Aretha's version of this song was a #1 song for 5 weeks on the R&B Charts. 

This open edition art print is available in a variety of sizes and is printed using archival inks on acid-free paper to ensure the quality and the life of the artwork. Created by the talented hands of Paul Lovering.

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Paul Lovering

Paul Lovering is an independent artist, designer and photographer based in Scotland. His favorite medium is watercolor and famous personalities are his favorite subjects.

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