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Earl Barker is quite the musical dog person. Not only can he play guitar, but he plays the accordion better than Myron Floren. Here he plays a bluesy tune and dreams of fixing up his beloved 1957 Chevrolet in the "57 Chevy Blues."

This archival photograph, signed by the artists, measures 11 inches by 7-3/8 inches and printed on 14 X 11-inch archival matte-finish paper. The photograph is printed to simulate a mat. The photo comes with a hardboard backing and fits in a standard size frame. The watermark is not on the actual photograph. Also available is a 16 X 24-inch canvas wrap that is ready to hang.

We guarantee our work and offer a 14-day return policy on all of our items.

Professional fine art photographers, Kirby and Cindy Pringle create whimsical "dog people" photographs. We are also the authors of three children's books: "The Butterfly That Would Not Fly," "Happy Tails: Earl and Pearl on the Farm" and "Happy Tails: The Call of Nature."

Thank you and please go to our website — www.dogtownartworks.com — or http://www.etsy.com/shop/DogtownArtworks/about/ for more information about us.

57 Chevy Blues, large original photograph of white boxer dog wearing clothes and playing accordion next to 1957 Chevy

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival photograph, hardboard backing, clear bag
  • Only ships within United States.
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