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Visual artist Eugene Martin's 1971-72 oval drawings. Part I. (347 hits)

This is Part I of a 4-part series showing mixed gouache, pen & ink and graphite oval drawings on paper created by visual artist Eugene James Martin in 1971 and 1972 in Washington D.C. Video clip montage by S. Fredericq, filmed in Lafayette, Louisiana (LA).

Additional oval drawings in a private collection can be seen in the clip "To Eugene Martin, From Europe with Love" at http://youtube.com/watch?v=Zp33ZmwlmSs (2:37 - 3:46).

"You brought a new kind of love to me". Music by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman. Billy Strayhorn (piano), Johnny Hodges (alto saxophone), Harold "Shorty" Baker (trumpet), Quentin Jackson (trombone), Russell Procope (clarinet), Al Hall (bass), Oliver Jackson (drums). New York, 1959.

The Stanley Dance Sessions: Billy Strayhorn & Johnny Hodges. Lone Hill Jazz (reissue 2005).

Posted By: Daniel Moss
Sunday, March 1st 2009 at 3:04AM
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