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Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

Henry Diltz

The work of legendary American photographer Henry Diltz has been central to three iconic Genesis limited editions: California Dreaming (fully subscribed), Woodstock Experience (fully subscribed) and the highly anticipated new book, CSN&Y: Love the One You're With.

Now, in a new collaboration with art curators 12on12, Henry Diltz is creating a series of co-signed prints with fellow contributors to Genesis editions including Keith Richards, Joni Mitchell, Graham Nash, Ringo Starr and Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley of America.

We are delighted to have secured a small allocation of these co-signed prints for Genesis subscribers.
  • Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969 image 1
  • Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969 image 2
  • Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969 image 3
  • Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969 image 4

Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'In the summer of '66 I was in NYC photographing the Lovin' Spoonful. Mama Cass called one day to say she was bringing some friends by.... She brought The Hollies, and that is the day I became friends with Graham Nash.
 
I've spent six decades photographing him solo and with his pals in CSN&Y. He is a fellow photographer, a writer of beautiful songs, and he's got that great voice that can sing the high part!
 
Graham Nash is one of what I like to call the true gentlemen of Rock n' Roll (along with Paul McCartney & Garth Brooks!)' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz & Graham Nash
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979 image 1
  • Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979 image 2
  • Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979 image 3
  • Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979 image 4

Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'I spent three weeks on the road in 1979 with the New Barbarians; Ronnie Wood's solo album touring band, which was like the Rolling Stones without Mick Jagger.
 
We traveled on a huge jet plane from city to city. Each time we landed, eight limos would appear on the runway around the plane, and the band members would descend the steps and look for their own private limo and driver.
 
Here, Keith is getting off the plane in St, Louis, looking for his limo and driver and carrying the thing that mattered most... his bottle of Jack Daniels.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz & Keith Richards
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze
 
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  • Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970 image 1
  • Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970 image 2
  • Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970 image 3
  • Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970 image 4

Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'I got to know Joni Mitchell when David Crosby brought her to Mama Cass' house for a picnic in 1968. She played her first album sitting on the grass, under the trees, while we all listened in amazement.
 
Since that day, I've photographed her many times. My favorite pictures of her are when she was looking out the window of her house in Laurel Canyon ...sometimes referred to as "Our House," after Graham Nash wrote the song about living there together with "two cats in the yard."

Joni Mitchell is the songbird of our generation and a true "Lady of the Canyon."' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz & Joni Mitchell
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991 image 1
  • Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991 image 2
  • Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991 image 3
  • Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991 image 4

Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'One day my phone rang in Laurel Canyon and a voice asked if I could come to a rehearsal to photograph a group... It turned out to be Ringo and his first All-Starr band.

My first words to Ringo were "Do you mind if I get on stage while you rehearse, so I can get good pictures of everybody?," and he replied "I'm the drummer, you're the photographer, it's as simple as that!" which has defined our relationship for years! He is truly a beacon of Peace and Love.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz & Ringo Starr
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm

  • America, Homecoming, 1972 image 1
  • America, Homecoming, 1972 image 2
  • America, Homecoming, 1972 image 3
  • America, Homecoming, 1972 image 4

America, Homecoming, 1972

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'I've photographed America more than any other music group 8 albums and countless publicity photos! In 1973, we rode horseback through the Southern California desert, and spent the night at a palm tree oasis.
 
Gary Burden, my art director partner, had an album cover idea involving a mirror, which we carried all the way out there with us. At dusk, Dewey wanted to climb a hill to watch the bats flying around and Gary said "Why don't you all climb the hill and bring that mirror with you"...
 
I wondered why, until I saw it through my lens the sun was setting behind them while the moon was rising in the mirror! True magic and totally unplanned!' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz, Gerry Beckley, and Dewey Bunnell of the band America
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970 image 1
  • Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970 image 2
  • Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970 image 3
  • Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970 image 4

Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'Stephen Stills was one of the first musicians I met when I came to California with my singing group, The Modern Folk Quartet. We were playing in New York City at a club called The Village Gate and Stephen was a young kid playing down the street in a little basket house, where they pass the basket to make a few bucks when you sing a few songs.
 
He would come down to the club where we were playing at, sit on the stage and listen to our four-part harmony. He always told me that he loved a harmony and hoped that he would have a group one day that sang harmony, and boy, did he ever!
 
A couple of years later we were both living in LA in Laurel Canyon, and of course, he formed the supergroup with David Crosby and Graham Nash. I did their first album cover and ended up photographing them all the time, and one day, Stephen was sitting out on the lawn just playing his guitar and I took this photo of him.
 
Shortly after I took this picture, we ended up in Colorado. It snowed one night, and I took pictures of him sitting in the snow and playing his guitar, which became his first solo album cover.
 
Being a photographer for so many years, many people follow you through your life, or, actually, I follow them through their lives. Stephen is certainly one of them. One of the first guys I met and still one of my closest friends in the music business.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz and Stephen Stills
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969 image 1
  • James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969 image 2
  • James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969 image 3
  • James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969 image 4

James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'One day I was sitting in my kitchen in Laurel Canyon and the phone rang and it was Peter Asher, the producer. He said, "Henry, could you come to my house this afternoon and take pictures of James Taylor?"
 
I'd never met James Taylor before, but I went to Peter's house, walked into the living room and there he was, sitting across the room on the floor quietly fingerpicking 'Oh, Susanna' like a music box. It was magical.
 
So, we drove over to my friend Cyrus's house; they called it The Farm - it was a kind of musical commune. There was a big post sticking out of the ground by this barn, and he just walked up to it, folded his arms, leaned on it and looked right at me. It just looked so good, it framed up so nicely, but I was only shooting black and white for publicity. I thought I'd better take a colour shot of this, so I got my colour camera and took a few shots. Sure enough, one of them got used for the cover of his album, Sweet Baby James.
 
You know, very often people ask me, "What's your favourite picture you've ever taken?" I say, "Well, you know I was there for every one of them, they're all sort of a part of my life," but I always think back to that picture of James Taylor leaning on the post. It was just so serene, and it filled the frame. It's one of my favourite portraits I've ever taken.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz and James Taylor
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971 image 1
  • Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971 image 2
  • Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971 image 3
  • Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971 image 4

Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'Jackson Browne is one of my favourite songwriters and singers. His words and music are amazing. I met Jackson Browne one day when I was sent to his house to take a picture for his first album cover.
 
I'd never met him before. We knocked on the door, and he said, "Come on in, you want a beer? You want to hear some music?" We said, "Sure." He sat down at the piano, started singing, and I got goosebumps right away.
 
We took these portraits of Jackson, and he was talking to my graphic artist partner, Gary Burden, on the phone. He said, "Well, you know, that picture could be used for anything," and he looked at the wall and saw a water bag that had been his father's desert water bag. He said, "It could be a water bag," so Gary made it a water bag that said "Saturate Before Using" on the top, and then he added "Jackson Browne."
 
The photo we took that day was used for his debut album, which had a water bag for a cover.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz and Jackson Browne
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass, 1977 image 1
  • Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass, 1977 image 2
  • Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass, 1977 image 3
  • Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass, 1977 image 4

Debbie Harry, Heart of Glass, 1977

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'One day in the early 70s, I was driving down Sunset Boulevard in a car with a friend and he said, "Hey, pull into that next motel, some friends of mine from New York are staying there". So I pulled into the parking lot, he went up and knocked on the door, and out came the group, Blondie.
 
They walked out into the parking lot, and my friend was talking to them there next to some palm trees, and there was this beautiful girl, Debbie Harry. I never met her before so we went out, stood by the little palm trees in the middle of the parking lot and just talked. I took a few shots, and she posed like that with her motel room key stuck in her waistband, and I just went, click. It turned out to be quite a lovely picture of a very lovely lady.
 
I got to take their picture again last year when they played at Glastonbury Festival. Some people are a constant in your life. You know them early on, you know them in the middle, you know them later. That makes life interesting.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz and Debbie Harry of the band Blondie
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

  • Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023 image 1
  • Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023 image 2
  • Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023 image 3
  • Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023 image 4

Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023

Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

'Last year I got to go to Glastonbury Music Festival; it's like the English Woodstock. Thousands of people, several stages, and while I was there, one of the bands I photographed was Guns N' Roses. I had the best seat in the house, right in front of the stage. And there was Slash, playing the guitar right in front of me. 
 
That wasn't the first time I met Slash. I actually met him when he was a young boy because his father, Tony, was a graphic artist, and we worked on a couple of projects together. When I went over to the house, I met their little boy, who was very, very good at drawing dinosaurs. He was famous for his dinosaur drawings. 
 
Who would have thought, sitting there that day, that this young boy would grow up to be one of the great rock and roll guitar players of our time.' - Henry Diltz

Edition: 12 numbered prints
Signed by: Henry Diltz and Slash of the band Guns N' Roses
Dimensions: 24" x 36"
Method: Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Frame: Black hardwood with acid-free mount and UV glaze

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Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

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Henry Diltz Co-Signed Prints

In a new collaboration with art curators 12on12, Henry Diltz is creating a series of co-signed prints with fellow contributors to Genesis editions including Keith Richards, Joni Mitchell, Graham Nash, Ringo Starr and Dewey Bunnell and Gerry Beckley of America.
Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969

Graham Nash, Simple Man, 1969

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Black hardwood frame with acid-free mount and high protection UV perspex
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Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979

Keith Richards, Midwest Airport, 1979

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Black hardwood frame with acid-free mount and high protection UV perspex
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Framed SOLD OUT
Unframed SOLD OUT
Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970

Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Black hardwood frame with acid-free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991

Ringo Starr, Peace & Love, 1991

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Black hardwood frame with acid-free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
America, Homecoming, 1972

America, Homecoming, 1972

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Black hardwood frame with acid-free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970

Stephen Stills, Suite Judy Blue Eyes, 1970

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969

James Taylor, Sweet Baby James, 1969

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971

Jackson Browne, Late For The Sky, 1971

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Debbie Harry, Heart Of Glass, 1977

Debbie Harry, Heart Of Glass, 1977

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023

Slash, Guns N' Roses, Sweet Child O' Mine, 2023

  • Edition:
    12 numbered prints, signed by Henry Diltz and the respective artist
  • Paper:
    Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
  • Framed:
    Framed in hard wood with acid free mount and high protection UV perspex
More
Framed £9645
Unframed £9495
Available from £3133.35 per month. Learn more >
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