The Lucks, at Wolfie's Deli, Miami Beach

United States

Size: 29 H x 44 W x 1.5 in

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Art Description

Photography: Color on Canvas and Wood.

Available in either smaller open edition prints (with white border and caption text) thru Saatchi Art (unsigned or numbered), or in larger gicleé on canvas signed by the artist (and no border or text).
Originals are signed and limited editions. This is #3 of 25 (2 sold).

Artist's canvas edition comes stretched on wooden frame, with wrapped around image on sides and stapled on back. (NOTE: if too large to ship overseas, artist can ship rolled canvas instead. Please contact Saatchi Art prior to buying to receive partial shipping credit).
The photo image shows a late, retired Vaudeville couple outside Wolfie's Famous Deli (now demolished) on Collins Avenue, Miami Beach, in 1988, Mr and Mrs Morris Luck. Shot on Kodachrome in the morning sunlight, they're holding a local tabloid with headline "Teen Knifer", while they appear camouflaged against a wall that matches their fashions.
Available for prints here. Note, the title and my name are typed in a white margin below the image. It may be kept or removed from prints, depending on the web host's policy.

Keywords: Pink, Red, Vaudeville, Art Deco, South Beach, Senior Citizen, Tabloid News, Deli, Elderly, Miami Beach

Subjects: People

Styles: Street Art

Mediums: Color

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