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This canvas print is of an airmail stamp from Burkino Faso, a Northwestern Africa country north of Ghana. It is from 1972 when the country was called the Republique de Haute Volta. This issue commemorates Louis Armstrong, one of the greatest jazz musicians of all time.

The face of this canvas measures 8 x 13.5 inches (20.3 x 34.3 cm). It is a sample from a series of 20 pieces in this size. Larger sizes are available, if you don't see it among my other Etsy listings please inquire. This piece is graphically paired with Louis Armstrong, which can be found at the following link.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/118369423/jimmy-smith-8-x-135-inch-canvas-print-of

I wanted to enjoy stamp artwork without a magnifying glass, without trapping these great little pieces of art in rarely seen binders. I started to blow them up and thought of Past Postage. Vintage postage stamps, meticulously scanned, cleaned, enlarged and printed on a premium archival canvas using professional equipment. The canvas is given a protective UV coating and stretched and stapled over handmade wooden frames of kiln dried poplar. Smaller pieces like this one are stretched over a half inch thick piece of high quality birch ply. All artwork comes securely packaged and ready to hang.

Thank you.

Louis Armstrong 8 x 13.5 inch Canvas Print of Burkino Faso Postage Stamp from 1972

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: archival canvas, pigment inks, birch
  • Ships worldwide from California, United States
  • Feedback: 84 reviews
  • Favorited by: 22 people