But I'm One of Your Biggest Fans, 1979
© Bag One/Yoko Ono

But I'm One of Your Biggest Fans, 1979

By John Lennon
About the image

In the late 1970s, during his years out of the public eye, John Lennon spent an increasing amount of time drawing the world he saw around him.

Lennon was a keen social observer and his sophisticated line drawings from this period reflect his penchant for witty commentary. He was a regular presence in his Upper West Side neighborhood and he often had encounters with the most unlikely fans. In “But I’m One Of Your Biggest Fans“, he is stopped by a woman who expresses this sentiment, while walking her dog. In the background another woman views John from the corner of her eye.

Release Notes:
Since 1986 Yoko Ono has selected drawings and handwritten song manuscripts from her extensive private collection of John Lennon’s original works for publication as fine art prints.

Print techniques vary by piece, but include lithography, serigraphy, copper etching, silkscreen and chine colle.

The quantity in each estate-signed edition is 300 numbered prints for imagery and 1000 numbered prints for the handwritten song lyrics.

Collector's Notes:
Each print is published by Bag One Arts Inc. and is individually numbered and signed in pencil by Yoko Ono, the President and owner of Bag One Arts Inc.

Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following the delivery of their artwork.

19" x 20" Paper Size
Estate Authorized Limited edition (300)
Serigraph Print - Not Currently Available

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