The Grateful Dead striking a familiar pose outside of the legendary Fillmore West in San Francisco. The "bird" became the quintessential gesture made by many subjects Jim photographed, and represented among other things, their mutual feelings about so-called authority. At its core, the finger is a rejection of cultural mores, a symbol of counterculture itself, so it is incredibly well-suited for this genre and in particular this vibrant cultural period.
This is a Limited Edition Estate Photograph produced by Jim Marshall Photography LLC in one size only. Each Estate edition is carefully selected from Jim's massive personal archive of over 1 million negatives. There is intentionally no crossover with any previously available photographs that Jim produced during his lifetime.
Jim Marshall's Estate Photographs are printed to order in San Francisco. Please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each museum-quality photograph will be hand-numbered, and bears the official estate seal on the reverse.
Buyers will also receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery.
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