Taken from a photograph shot sometime in the late 1920s or early 1930s, this portrait shows Amédé, Ophey and Clifford Breaux, the seminal Cajun group who in 1929 became formally known as The Breaux Brothers, recording the earliest version of "Ma Blonde Est Partie". Amédé played accordion, Ophey guitar and Clifford the fiddle.
Each print is individually signed by Jack Tarlinton and stamped in the matting area with the same brand used on the back of Wandering Boy headstocks.
Printed using the giclee process on thick 310gsm, beautifully textured paper. The paper stock is 100% cotton, acid free, calcium carbonate buffered and is museum archival grade.
Image size is 371 x 462mm with 40mm white all around - suitable for framing.
Breaux Brothers giclee print
Free delivery within Australia via standard post. Delivery to metropolitan areas is normally between 2 to 5 days. Regional areas may take an addition 2 - 3 days.
International shipping charged using flat rate parcel.
International shipping can take 7 - 21 days.
Please be patient as Covid-19 issues can cause random delivery delays across the globe.
Local government taxes and duties incurred as a result of the shipment are payable by the receiver.
Wondering Boy Guitars will provide you with a refund at our discretion for items that:
- are faulty (unless caused by you);
- have been wrongly described
- are different to the goods that you ordered;
All returns must be returned to Wandering Boy Guitars within 14 days of purchase to be eligible for a refund.
Returns after this period will not be accepted.
If a refund is approved, the refund will be applied to the original card of purchase.
There is no refund original shipping charges.
Return shipping must be prepaid using a traceable method to ensure safe and documented delivery.
Wandering Boy Guitars takes no responsibility for missing incoming deliveries.
Return shipping charges are not refundable and to be paid by the customer.
Wandering Boy Guitars will reimburse any reasonable shipping charges for return of goods that have been deemed faulty.