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RICHARD AVEDON (1923-2004)
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RICHARD AVEDON (1923-2004)

The Beatles, London, August 11, 1967

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RICHARD AVEDON (1923-2004)
The Beatles, London, August 11, 1967
each signed and numbered ‘AP 1/3’ in ink (in the margins); each signed and numbered ‘AP 1/3’ in pencil with copyright credit reproduction limitation, title, date and medium stamped; each with respective negative numbers ‘494' '120A' '295' and '383’ in pencil (on the reverse)
dye transfer prints, in four parts
each image: 21 ½ x 17 ½in. (54.6 x 44.4cm.)
each sheet: 26 x 21 5/8in. (66 x 54.9cm.)
Photographed in 1967 and printed in 1990, this portfolio is artist’s proof number one from an edition of six, plus three artist’s proofs
Provenance
The Richard Avedon Foundation.
Gagosian Gallery, New York.
Acquired from the above by the present owner in 2014.
Literature
P. Coffin, 'Art Beat of the '60's: The Beatles' in Look Magazine, vol. 32, no. 1, January 1968, pp. 32-41 (individually illustrated in colour, pp. 33, 34, 39 and 40; John Lennon illustrated in colour on the front cover).
'How the Express usues modern means to get a modern mood...' in Daily Express, no. 21,063, February 1968, pp. 4-5 (illustrated p. 5)
'De Beatles' in Stern Magazine, 1968 (John Lennon illustrated in colour on the front cover).
R. Avedon, Evidence 1944-1994 Richard Avedon, New York 1994 (front cover of Look Magazine illustrated in colour, p. 151).
R. Avedon and D. Arbus, The Sixties, New York 1999 (individually illustrated in colour, pp. 27, 28, 31 and 33; John Lennon illustrated on the front cover).
R. Avedon, M. Nichols, A. Gregory, J. Lahr, T. Tharp and M. Uchida, PerForMancE: Richard Avedo, New York 2008 (illustrated in colour, pp. 250-251).



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