FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
Behind The Picture Frame
- ISBN: BobDylanPrints
- Unframed Print edition: 25 copies
Signed by: Bob Dylan
Paper: 100% Cotton Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Pearl 320gsm
In 1965, hailed as the world's most-loved folk poet, Dylan brought rock into his repertoire, refusing to stand still. "I don't call myself a poet," he stated, "I'm a trapeze artist." 50 years on, Behind The Picture Frame celebrates Dylan's ingenuity and the excitement of those times.
BEHIND THE PICTURE FRAME follows Dylan from the scene of his Greenwich Village debut, to the spotlights of London's Royal Albert Hall. Taken between 1962 and 1966 by some of the world's greatest photographers, the series presents 10 highly collectible editions.
Each archival print is signed as a mark of authenticity by the artist himself, Bob Dylan.
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- Page size: 20in x 30in
- 10 images
Photographs and words by Jürgen Vollmer
Beginning with recollections of his time with The Beatles in Hamburg in 1960, moving to Paris and an influential meeting with John and Paul, Jürgen Vollmer goes on to recount his experience of 1970s New York, life in Hollywood, and his return to Hamburg 30 years later.
Bob Dylan by Barry Feinstein
Barry Feinstein is the award-winning photographer behind some of the most iconic images of Bob Dylan ever taken. We are pleased to publish 500 first edition copies of his captivating new book in two new limited editions.