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Phonographs Canvas Print featuring the drawing The Real Caruso by Ira Shander

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Top Mat

Top Mat

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Dimensions

Image:

7.50" x 10.00"

Overall:

7.50" x 10.00"

 

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The Real Caruso Canvas Print

Ira Shander

by Ira Shander

$70.00

Product Details

The Real Caruso canvas print by Ira Shander.   Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your image gets printed onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars (gallery wrap) or 5/8" x 5/8" stretcher bars (museum wrap). Your canvas print will be delivered to you "ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails.

Design Details

In the earliest days of acoustical recording, the Victor Talking Machine Company of Camden, New Jersey was heavily into advertising. They claimed... more

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3 - 4 business days

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Canvas Print Tags

canvas prints phonographs gramophones victor talking machine company little nipper old records antiques enrico caruso the metropolitan opera opera

Drawing Tags

drawings phonographs gramophones victor talking machine company little nipper old records antiques enrico caruso the metropolitan opera opera

Comments (9)

Loretta S

Loretta S 12 Days Ago

Beautiful and stylish, love the colours and character!F/L

Catherine Sullivan

Catherine Sullivan

Great artwork and so interesting, Ira! F

Kathryn Jones

Kathryn Jones

Excellent work! Well do I remember those 78 rpm shellac records! My parents had an extensive collection. Changing the needle was the worst feature of them. I always left that to my father!

Al Bourassa

Al Bourassa

Wonderful art. VLF

David Neace

David Neace

Congratulations, your art is featured on the homepage of "Created by My Hands!"

John Bailey

John Bailey

Congratulations on being featured in the Fine Art America Group "Images That Excite You!"

Anne Norskog

Anne Norskog

I can hear the music! Beautifully done! L/F

Rose Wang

Rose Wang

wow. nice

Meg Shearer

Meg Shearer

Beautiful work. Fantastic detail and wonderful spot of color and composition.

Artist's Description

In the earliest days of acoustical recording, the Victor Talking Machine Company of Camden, New Jersey was heavily into advertising. They claimed their stars were almost in the room with you. Such was the realism of their recordings. Well maybe not quite. But the power and greatness of their singing comes through to this day. Caruso, Farrar, Sembrich, Ponselle, De Luca, Tetrazzini, and many more were considered the great luminaries of the Met in New York. It really was a golden age of singing. Opera stars were feted and idolized in the press. The gramophone played records at 78 RPM. They were made from shellac and highly brittle. And expensive in the early 1900's. Microphones and electrical recording came later in 1925. These early talking machines were hand wound. You had to change a steel needle after each play.

About Ira Shander

Ira Shander

Hello, and thank-you for taking time to visit my web site. As a long time illustrator specializing in pen and ink, photography developed as a means for me to become expressive in color. My specialty as a line artist has always been history and architecture. I've created series for major companies, publishers, and cultural institutions throughout the United States. Take time to visit some of my galleries. I welcome commissions such as house portraits and hobby related subject matter. Again, take a peek at the galleries to get a better idea. I hope that you enjoy both means of expression and visit often. Thanks, Ira Shander

 

$70.00

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