Live Bid! Elvin Jones picture - by Marco Glaviano
This auction is for a picture of Elvin Jones, taken by the great Marco Glaviano. The photographer is internationally renowned and considered a pioneer in digital photography as he was the first to have a digital photo published in Vogue.
Born in Palermo in 1942, Glaviano's photos have been publised in the main European and American magazines. He has also worked with many fashion houses and international models.
The photo depicts Elvin Jones, one of the most influential jazz drummers of the post bop.
A truly wonderful opportunity for any lover of photography.
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