George Harrison Live 1966: 17" x 22" archive-quality collector's print. ONLY 10 AVAILABLE
This is part of an 86 image set that was taken on August 21, 1966 at Busch Stadium in St Louis. George plays a masterful physical piece of artwork itself, the Epiphone Casino. (Guitar geeks: note the Bigsby).
This was part of the band's last American tour. In fact, it's one of the last live shows they ever played.
Curator Jeff Hochberg has authorized us to sell only 10 of these prints. Here's what you need to know:
- The sample we’re showing here is low-resolution and watermarked, for security purposes. Your print will look absolutely stunning: archive-quality and super crisp with no watermarks.
- Each print is 17" x 22". The big print will make a big impact.
- Each print is hand numbered and embossed.
- Jeff prints every order individually, so please allow about 10 days for your shipment to arrive if you choose the unframed option, and at least 2 weeks if you choose framed. (We custom-frame each one.)
This is a very rare photo that isn't currently available anywhere else. We can't guarantee that Jeff won't ever print any more, but we can tell you that you won't see a lot of them.
If you're a fan, this is something to treasure.
And don't worry. If you don't like it, just return it for a full refund. But we're pretty sure you'll really, really like it.
All photos Copyright 2018, RockNegatives. Photo by Tom Morton.