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Portraits Poster featuring the painting L'il Green by Kay Robinson

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8.00" x 10.00"

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10.00" x 12.00"

 

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L'il Green Poster

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L'il Green poster by Kay Robinson.   Our posters are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All posters include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

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Beautiful. I can feel the music.

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Artist's Description

L’IL GREEN 1919-1954 Sexy, sweet, sultry and light...all describes the incomparable voice of singer L’il Green. A native of Mississippi, L’il moved to Chicago with her family in the late 20’s. There she found and explored her musical destiny. L’il began performing in Chicago nightclubs at a very early age. She sang the poplar songs of the day in her own way. Her soprano voice lacked some power; however, being acidic, insinuating, and mischievous, it was extremely erotic, probably one of the most sensuous voices in blues history. Known to be very attractive, Ms. Green experienced immense popularity in the latter 30’s and early forties. The African-American community embraced her music. After experiencing several years of immense popularity, Ms. Green’s star began to fall after WWII when musical taste had changed. She tried to recapture her fame, but like so many before and after her died sadly of pneumonia in 1954.

About Kay Robinson

Kay Robinson

Leaving her career as fashion illustrator and advertising behind, Kay now determines her own designs. Shes free to create a fantasy world circa 1925 Paris, if that suits her. Kay incorporates design elements from her collectibles into many of her paintings, blending art nouveau flourishes with art deco symmetry. She currently resides in a small island community near Seattle, Wa with a recalcitrant dog and two inherited cats.

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