John Coltrane <oil on board> TShirt by Leith



John Coltrane <oil on board> TShirt by 

Sizing Information

  • Printed to fit best inside a 3” x 4” window
  • 1/10” white padding around the edge


  • Waterproof vinyl, will last 18 months outdoors
  • Ideal for smooth flat surfaces like laptops, journals, windows etc.
  • Easy to remove
  • 50% discounts on all orders of any 6+

I painted this a few years ago and still have the original four by three foot painting in my studio.

There is a short video of it here

I have a wide range of musical appreciation and Trane along with Miles Davis continue to inspire me in life and in art.

I can make the print available if anyones interested.
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John Coltrane is sometimes described as one of jazz’s most influential musicians, but one is hard put to find followers who actually play in his style. Rather, he is influential by example, inspiring musicians to experiment, take chances, and devote themselves to their craft. The controversy about his work has never died down, but partially as a result, his name lives on and his recordings continue to remain available and to be reissued frequently.
His album BLUE TRAIN is certainly deserving of being hailed as a “classic,” a term grossly overused these days. Imagination or creativity doesn’t always come in the form of extreme busyness, and if you give this album your full attention, it will offer riches galore.
There is good reason why BLUE TRAIN is listed on many a jazz educator’s essential recordings list: It IS essential.


  • Michael Douglass
    Michael Douglassalmost 8 years ago

    Coltrane, yes!

  • Shanina Conway
    Shanina Conwayalmost 8 years ago

    Very cool t design of a great musical talent!

    IRENE NOWICKIover 7 years ago

    Coltrane – my favorite all time incredible and creative sax guy…… it thanks

  • Andy  Housham
    Andy Houshamover 7 years ago

    Extra cool!

  • ronny2009
    ronny2009over 5 years ago

    the thing that attracts me to Coltrane is that he exuded that sense of complete disintegration whilst at the same time seemingly without much effort establishing what we now know today as his very own ouvre.His music is timeless and your work is brilliant of course but nevertheless a constant reminder of how valuable artists like Coltrane are to our culture…..well done Leith

  • ronny2009
    ronny2009over 5 years ago

    oh….and I hope you sell some T shirts my friend !

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  • Mynybee
    Mynybeeabout 5 years ago

    oh, yes! excellent!

    BOOKMAKERover 2 years ago


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