John Lennon Limited Edition Print from the Kieron “Spud” Murphy Collection in 1971. Number 421 of 750 prints, signed by Spud Murphy himself with Certificate of Authenticity. Printed to Fine Art Trade Guild Standards.
We were fortunate to acquire this genuine limited edition print from a photography session by Spud Murphy during the recording of John Lennon’s iconic Imagine album in 1971. The print is in good condition with little signs of degradation despite its age. We have respectfully framed the print using conservation methods, using pH Neutral materials and securing it in the mount using methods that ensure the print doesn’t come into contact with any adhesives in order to maintain the quality and integrity of the print. This also ensures that there is no damage to the print during the framing process and will protect it for a lifetime.
About Kieron “Spud” Murphy – Despite an interestingly obscure background with Horslips, an Irish folk-rock outfit with a cult following, Kieron “Spud” Murphy is most famous for his series of photographs of John Lennon. He also contributed photos to other major rock events, such as Electric Warrior by T. Rex, considered the birth of glam rock. But it was the fact that Lennon took a liking to Murphy, later inviting him to a private audition of the entire as yet unreleased Imagine album, that resulted in an especially rich, unhurried portfolio of Lennon portraits.
We have fitted the print into a pH neutral double mount with Textured Snow White on Black to give a beautiful eye catching contrast. We then finished in a stacked double frame with a White Slip Frame inside a chunky Deep Rebate Black Frame. With some pieces it is worth going the extra mile and this piece of Music History certainly fits into that category. This is an opportunity to own a rare print from arguably the most iconic Rock Star that ever lived, framed to last a lifetime.
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