Paul McCartney played a historic concert in front of the Kremlin in Red Square, Moscow on May 24, 2003. The concert was attended by Russian President Putin who commented to McCartney that growing up, The Beatles music "was like a gulp of freedom". Due to a late arrival, Putin missed the song Back in the USSR, so as an encore, McCartney reprised it for him.
All of the artwork from the Each One Believing Collection was only available for collectors to purchase between 2004 and 2006, at exclusive exhibitions held in select galleries around the world.
While these pieces are not specifically numbered editions, they are limited to only the quantity that were sold to collectors during those brief exhibitions. Proceeds from the sales of all artwork went to the Adopt-A-Minefield Charitable organization in an effort to help rid the world of land mines.
EACH ONE IS HAND-SIGNED BY PAUL MCCARTNEY.
SFAE hosted this exhibition in April 2006. As all the works were pre-sold, the ONLY pieces that are available come from private collectors wishing to resell their pieces.
Please contact us for specific availability on these very rare and highly collectible artworks!
Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following the delivery of their artwork.