FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974
Dylan in Woodstock
A Signed Limited Edition Book
- ISBN: 0904351742
- Deluxe edition: 100 copies
Signed by: Elliott Landy
Paper: 200gsm matt art acid-free paper
Binding: Fully-bound in brown suede.
Box: Slipcase silk-screened with an image of Bob Dylan.
Extras: Signed print.
Rolling Stone: 'The most wonderful photographs of Dylan.'
DYLAN IN WOODSTOCK
is a book of perhaps the most
intimate photographs of Bob Dylan ever taken and a fascinating insight into one of
the most intriguing phases of his career.
The newly married Dylan retreated to the sleepy Catskills town in 1966 to enjoy a more relaxed pace of life with his family. It became a period of
Elliot Landy's beautifully atmospheric and informal photographs capture Dylan as he's never been seen since – relaxing on the porch, throwing out the trash, bouncing on a trampoline, visiting the local bakery – and include the iconic portrait on the cover of Nashville Skyline
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Q Magazine: 'Beautifully simple images of those rustic Woodstock days have been brought together in this luxurious, suede-bound volume that, whether it's Bob taking out the trash or Bob in the sun-dappled reverie of creation, reveals a relaxed side to the man rarely seen.'
The Guardian: 'In virtually every photograph, he seems contented, at ease with himself in a way that he had not been before, nor, for that matter, has been since.'
- Page size: 340mm x 240mm
- 144 pages
- 182 images
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