National Jazz Archive partners with Art UK
Posted on 2nd Feb 2022 by Thomas Kuglin
The National Jazz Archive is pleased to announce an exciting new partnership with Art UK, where the Archive joins their ever-expanding list of British institutions making artworks available for learning, enjoyment, and research. With image licensing and prints available too, our collaboration can even help you bring a little bit of the Archive to your living room wall!
What better way to salute your favourite jazz musicians than with a fantastic framed, art-quality print by photographer Brian ‘Freddie’ Foskett. The Duke, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, or NJA patron Courtney Pine, are just four of an amazing array of jazz images of UK and US jazz musicians that you can now purchase.
In addition, every purchase of a National Jazz Archive image from the Art UK website earns a commission for the Archive. So, you get a fabulous image and support your Archive at the same time.
This exclusive range of Brian Foskett images, available as framed and unframed art prints and posters, is the first collection of jazz photographs to be presented by Art UK. The images represent the UK’s finest collection of jazz photos from the 1960s onwards. To read more of the story behind this brilliant photographer, just check in here where we’re proud to offer an article exploring Brian’s life and times written by one of own volunteers.
To choose the image of your favourite musician from the exclusive NJA - Foskett Collection, just click on the Art UK logo below, browse through the available images and select from the various options available from Art UK.
Your Favourite Jazz Musician – In Your Own Home!