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Artwork image size : 8 3/4″ x 7 1/4″
Overall size: 12″ x 9″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Marvin Whitmore Vancouver WA

Javon

24″ x 24″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

 Private Collection of Marco & Linda Higgs Hillsboro OR

Juke-JointBW

Framed: 24 3/4″ x 22 1/4″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver, Washington
Price: $700.00 (Quadruple Matted & Framed)

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Just Pickin'

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Large Print
Overall: 36″ x 24″
Image: 20″ x 28″
$125.00

Small Print
Overall: 10″ x 8″
Image: 9″ x 6 1/2″
$30.00

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Just Pickin'

28″ x 22″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $2100.00

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Laying Down The Notes

24″ x 36″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection

Mood of Improvisation1

16″ x 20″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Ms. Shirley Neal of Burbank California

My Blues

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Large Print
Overall: 32″ x 24″
Image: 22″ x 22″
$125.00

Small Print
Overall: 10″ x 8″
Image: 7 1/4″ x 7 1/4″
$30.00

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The-Sax-SerenadeS

Dimensions: 8.25″hx7″wx6.875″d

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $700.00

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Study-Cozys-Blues-JamCD

Artwork: 3″ x 5 1/2″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $410.00 (Framed)

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Sunday Morning-BluesPRT

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Large Print
Overall: 32″ x 24″
Image: 26″ x 20″
$125.00

Small Print
Overall: 10″ x 8″
Image: 9 1/2″ x 7 1/2″
$30.00

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Sunday Morning Blues

Framed: 22 1/4″ x 19 5/16″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $450.00 (Matted & Framed)

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Sunday Morning-BluesPRT

24″ x 30″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington

Private Collection of Mr. Marvin Whitmore of Vancouver Washington

Sweet Notes Of Jazz

32″ x 28″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $2700.00

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Tall-Bass

22″ x 28″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $2050.00

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The Akbar Trio1

24″ x 36″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $2900.00

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The-Blue-Cap

18″ x 18″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $1080.00

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The Drummer In Blue1

24″ x 30″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $2400.00

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The Drummer In Blue1

Framed: 17 1/4″ x 17 1/4″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
Price: $425.00 (Matted & Framed)

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The Jazz Trio Prt

Image size: 7″x5″
Paper size: 10″x8 9/16″

This is the artwork of African American artist Philemon Reid of Vancouver Washington
This is a Limited Edition Print in an edition of 200 at $160.00 each (Signed and numbered)

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