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Jimmy Page Unveils Fine Art Collection

Wednesday, May 16th 2012 12:30

Jimmy is selling signed iconic images of himself

After an iconic 2009 image of Jimmy Page taken by Ross Halfin became the 100,000th image to be added to the archive at the National Portrait Gallery, Page is now selling signed prints of five iconic images taken by some of rock's greatest photographers.

As well as the Halfin picture, photographs of Page performing with Zeppelin by Jorgen Angel in Copenhagen in 1970, Dick Barnatt at Earls Court Arena in 1975, Neal Preston at Chicago Stadium in 1977 and Baron Wolman at Oakland Coliseum, California in 1977 complete the portfolio.

This museum-quality collection has been produced to the highest standards to be framed and displayed as pieces of art. Under strict supervision, each silver gelatin black and white photograph has been traditionally printed by hand from negative in a laboratory dark room on Ilford premium quality fibre-based paper, the color photograph is printed on Fuji Crystal archival paper. Jimmy Page and each photographer have worked closely together with the dark room technicians and printer to produce this highly-collectible collection.

Strictly limited in an edition of 50 prints, each Fine Art Photographic Print is individually numbered and has been hand-signed by both Page and the respective photographer.

The official Jimmy Page Fine Art Print Collection is available now, individually from numbers 11-50 or numbers 1-10 as part of a Deluxe Portfolio Boxset exclusively from JimmyPage.com


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