Original linocut print, inspired by the most influential Tap Dancers - here Jimmy Slyde, (James Titus Godbolt), American tap dancer (born Oct. 2, 1927, Atlanta, Ga.—died May 16, 2008, Hanson, Mass.), was a master of rhythm tap, in which the dancer’s feet become a percussion instrument, with intricate footwork accentuating the dancer’s chosen rhythm. He had a smooth style, in which he would glide across the floor with minimal but effective body movement, accentuating his musicality and impeccable timing.
Each print is signed and numbered and part of an original limited edition.
Every single one may vary slightly; all of them are made and printed by hand.
Printed on 200 gsm cold pressed , Acid Free paper
Paper dimensions: 29,7 x 42cm / A3