CHUCK BERRY
'No Particular Place to go'

Chuck Berry wrote a lot of 

songs referring to cars. The

1950's American cars were

praiseworthy!  They became

an integral member of the family.

This image features Chuck,

in a '54 Ford convertible,

his Gibson guitar and a girlfriend as they get out

and cruise with

'no particular place to go.'

A unique, one-off artwork.

Get it for your wall and go along for the ride.

Oil-on-paper. 300 gram Fabriano, Rosapina rag/cotton paper.

14" x 16"       $400 + pp

I have other Chuck Berry monoprints and cartoons. Contact me.

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