Performers hang with Schlossberg-Cohen

Jay Wolf Schlossberg-Cohen’s inspiration for personal, public and corporate collections has been known for sometime, nationally and internationally. Besides his painting, “Clinton playing the Saxophone“, which hung in the Clinton White House and is now in the Clinton Presidential Library, other performers (pianists, musicians, dancers, conductors) around the world find great areas to include his works. The Lotte-Lehmann-Woche group in Germany found a perfect location for above their piano – and right in view for this photograph.

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