Nina Simone Jigsaw Puzzle

Jonathan Green
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  • 1000 Piece Puzzle
  • Measure 19x26 inches when complete
  • Made in the USA
  • Features the Gullah art of celebrate South Carolina artist Jonathan Green
  • Gullah-GeeChee Theme

Honor the incredible legacy of Nina Simone with this breathtaking painting by Jonathan Green that has been turned into an exhilarating 1,000-piece jigsaw puzzle! Celebrate her music, poetry, advocacy for civil rights and all else she accomplished with this unique piece - perfect for anyone who loves puzzles or celebrates jazz. Measures 19x26 inches when completed.

Who is Nina Simone?

Growing up as the sixth child of an African American family in Tryon, NC with eight children, Eunice Waymon knew music was her true passion. Thankfully she had local supporters who enabled her to enroll at Juilliard School of Music in New York and pursue her dreams. After mastering the art form, Eunice became a renowned piano player in Atlantic City's nightclubs - a testament to hard work and dedication!

In an effort to separate her professional career from her family, she adopted the stage name of Nina Simone. Once she began singing alongside her own playing, a successful jazz vocalist was born and between 1958-1974 Simone recorded more than forty albums. Her music genre delicately intertwined classical pieces with pop tunes and gospel material - ultimately creating something beautifully unique that only Nina could deliver. On April 21st 2003, our beloved artist passed away but will always be remembered for the timeless melodies that continue to resonate today.

Edition Open Edition
Framed Unframed
Height 19 inches
Length 26 inches
Medium Cardboard
Signed Unsigned
SKU 91404
UPC 733640914047
Year Released 2022
Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green

Jonathan Green is a celebrated painter and printmaker whose works of art, inspired by Gullah culture, often portray everyday chores as well as important life milestones. Born in South Carolina and raised within the rich Gullah tradition, his pieces are known for their vibrant hues. Green's artistic education began at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and since then he has partaken in many exhibitions with his works now featured in esteemed museum collections. On top of that, he has been honored with a multitude of awards for his exemplary work in the field of visual arts.

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