Singer Ray Charles with granddaughters in his home studio, LA
Signed, titled, dated and Time Inc. picture collection stamp on verso.
“At age five, the music genius developed glaucoma and by the age of seven had lost his sight completely. He studied at the Georgia State School for the Deaf and Blind, and by 1947 had formed a jazz trio with a new sound—a blend of gospel, soul and blues—which catapulted him to stardom in 1959 with “What’d I Say?”, and, as they say, the rest is history.” – Harry Benson
Art Inquiry: Singer Ray Charles with granddaughters in his home studio, LA, Harry Benson
Vintage Silver Gelatin Photograph
7 x 7 in