Wyman Shoots Chagall
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- ISBN: 0904351629
- Collector edition: 1500 copies
Signed by: Bill Wyman
Paper: Master-printed in full-colour throughout onto uncoated acid-free paper.
Binding: Quarter-bound in Mediterranean blue leather with silk-screened white canvas front and back board.
Extras: CD of solo recordings made by Bill in the early Eighties at the time he knew Chagall.
When all the members of The Rolling Stones relocated to the South of France in 1971, it was initially a temporary measure, but Bill ended up staying for nearly a dozen years. In Vence, he bought a plot of land, built a house, and made new friends among the artists, musicians and sportsmen in the area.
In 1976 he was introduced to the great artist and local celebrity Marc Chagall, celebrated for his dream-like paintings, ceramics and stained-glass windows. Chagall was in his late eighties by then, but he and Bill quickly established a warm friendship, meeting regularly for afternoon tea.
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