Class Clown, recorded in Santa Monica on May 27, 1972 during a live performance at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium, is considered by many to be Carlin’s “counter-culture landmark”. It features, among other things, his thoughts on the Vietnam War and his famous “Seven Words You Can Never Say On Television”.
There is a small estate archive of photographs that Barry printed and signed before his death which may include this image, please contact us for prices and availability.
Estate Authorized limited editions are available in the following sizes:
13" x 19” Sheet Size, Limited edition of 26
Starting at $1800 unframed
17" x 22” Sheet Size, Limited edition of 24
Starting at $2250 unframed
20" x 24” Sheet Size, Limited edition of 18
Starting at $3000 unframed
30" x 40” Sheet Size, Limited edition of 12
Starting at $5800 unframed
PLEASE NOTE >> With so few available in each size, prices will increase with each 2-3 pieces sold. Please call us or use the REQUEST PRICE button below for current availability.
All Barry Feinstein Estate limited edition photographs are Archival Pigment prints. Each one bears the Feinstein Estate stamp on the front of the print under the image. The piece will be titled, dated, and numbered in pencil on the back. Collectors will receive a signed artist label and Certificate of Authenticity upon delivery.