Portrait of Pops

For decades, this 1960’s oil painting by Davis Quinn hung in the study of my summer neighbor, Allan Perry, a grandfather figure to me. He had known Louis Armstrong (as well as Duke Ellington), and he regaled my late-teenage self with jazz stories, including those about road trips where he’d roll joints for trombonist Pee…
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