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The Tunesmith

Ernie Barnes
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The Tunesmith by Ernie Barnes is a depiction of an Skilled African-American tuning a piano. When you combine tuning’s physical and acoustical obstacles, it can take years of training and practice to become an accomplished piano tuner. Limited edition of 100 giclée print. Titled and numbered.

Image size: 24" x 20"

Paper size: 29" x 25"

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Description

The Tunesmith by Ernie Barnes is a depiction of an Skilled African-American tuning a piano. When you combine tuning’s physical and acoustical obstacles, it can take years of training and practice to become an accomplished piano tuner. Limited edition of 100 giclée print. Titled and numbered.

Image size: 24" x 20"

Paper size: 29" x 25"

Specs.
Edition Limited Edition
Height 29 inches
Length 25 inches
Medium Paper
Signed Signed and Numbered
SKU ERBA132
Year Released 2020
Ernie Barnes
Ernest Eugene Barnes Jr. was born July 15, 1938, in a poor section ("the bottom") of Durham, North Carolina. His father, Ernest Barnes Sr., worked as a shipping clerk at Liggett Myers Tobacco Company and his mother, Fannie Mae Geer, was employed as a domestic for Frank Fuller Jr., a wealthy Southern attorney who would guide Barnes into the world of art.
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