MICK FLEETWOOD Classic Original Candid 1979 Photo Ltd Ed Signed & # By Photog For Sale
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MICK FLEETWOOD Classic Original Candid 1979 Photo Ltd Ed Signed & # By Photog :
DESCRIPTION: This is an opportunity to purchase an authentic, limited edition, original color photo of MICK FLEETWOOD - drummer for FLEETWOOD MAC. Photo was taken at a private hangar at the Greater Cincinnati Airport, in Erlanger, Kentucky, known as Servair, on 11/7/79, by renowned photographer T. Alan Hartman, during the Fleetwood Mac 1979 U.S. tour. Photo is an original print made from the original negative and has a glossy finish. Photo size is 16 x 20 inches and is matted to an overall size of approximately 21 x 25 inches and has been signed and numbered by the photographer. A letter of authenticityis included.
This classic photo depicts Mick Fleetwood clowning around in a damaged plane which was located close to where Fleetwood Mac's plane landed.
EDITIONS: This is an extremely limited edition. Mr. Hartman is making only two copies of this photo available in 16 x 20 inch size. The item in this listing is for number 1 of 2. This photo is classified as MF-1 in Mr. Hartman's revised catalog.
SHIPPING: $30.00 Priority Mail, fully insured.
PAYMENT: PayPal is accepted. I also accept other forms of payment, feel free to inquire.
THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTO:
This particular copy of this photo was included in Mr. Hartman's 1999 photo exhibition at VH-1 headquarters in New York City. Per a request from VH-1, Mr. Hartman provided them with The Story Behind The Photo, for each of the photos included in that exhibition, which they typed up and placed on the back of each photo. An image of that story has been posted here as well as a copy of the promo postcard issued for that exhibition.
BACKGROUND: My journey into celebrity photography began in 1964, taking photos of baseball players. As the years went by and I became more interested in music, I began taking photos of rock & roll musicians. In the early years, I used an "Instamatic," type camera, then gradually upgraded my camera equipment over the years. I have photographed many of the biggest names in rock & roll, with my off-stage, candid photos being particularly popular.
I have taken a number of historic photographs, including Elvis Presley, off-stage, six weeks before he passed away and extensive photos of The Who during the 1979 concert tragedy in Cincinnati. In 1998,I published a book of my photos, "Guess Who's Coming to Cincinnati."
I have also had several exhibitions of my photos, including at VH-1 headquarters in New York.For a couple of brief periods between 1999 and 2001, I offered signed and numbered limited edition copies of some of my photos. Time limitations prevented me from making my photos available more often. I had long planned to resume offering my photos but my time has always been very limited and I did not have the time to put in the work required to make it happen. I recently decided to set aside some time to make some of my photos available once again.
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