13X17 inch giclée print.
I'm afraid to say too much about Thelonious Monk because I don't know a good-goddamned thing about jazz. I just, uh, "know what I like". Thelonious Monk, along with a number of other stellar musicians, was introduced to me by my husband David back in the late 80's, and he is my favourite.
I just learned something interesting about him from good old Wikipedia: "Monk is the second-most recorded jazz composer after Duke Ellington, which is particularly remarkable as Ellington composed more than 1,000 pieces, whereas Monk wrote about 70".
Giclées are inkjet prints using pigmented inks (rather than dye-based inks) for longevity and quality of colour. The scan taken of the original artwork is highly detailed, collecting far more information than is standard for a digital print, and the paper used is archival (acid-free). A good giclée print is practically indistinguishable from the original work.