Abbey Road Album Cover Outtake (AB4), London, 1969
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Abbey Road Album Cover Outtake (AB4), London, 1969

By Iain Macmillan
About the image
Abbey Road  album cover is arguably the most often imitated photograph in history.  This image is one of the five outtakes that were shot that same day, it is the second in the sequence of attempts at getting the perfect cover shot.  Note that Paul is still wearing his sandals in this shot!

'I remember we hired a policeman to hold up traffic while I was up on the ladder taking the pictures. The whole idea, I must say, was Paul McCartney's. A few days before the shoot, he drew a sketch of how he imagined the cover, which we executed almost exactly that day.' 

Release Notes:
These are gorgeous, richly toned R-Prints; which are traditional color prints, made in the darkroom from a slide transparency. Each one was signed and numbered by the artist as they were produced (between 2001-2006), and limited to only 25 prints per image (plus proofs) where applicable; some sizes were only printed as Artist Proofs.

Collector's Note:
​This is an extremely rare and highly sought-after signed photograph. They are sold out and only very occasionally made available from private sellers.

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20" x 24" Sheet Size
Signed Limited edition (25)
R-Print Photograph - Sold Out

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Abbey Road Album Cover Outtake (AB4), London, 1969
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