John and Paul, Kaiserkeller, 1960 (1999)
© Klaus Voormann

John and Paul, Kaiserkeller, 1960 (1999)

By Klaus Voormann
About the image
This portrait of John Lennon and Paul McCartney captures a moment of the two performing onstage at one of the now famous venues that hosted the fledgling Beatles while they developed their skills. At this point in their careers, they were still dressing in jeans and leather jackets and wore their hair in the "Teddy Boy" pompadour style.

In 1999, Klaus Voorman and Astrid Kirchherr collaborated on a book project with Genesis Publications, which focused on each of their respective media, in relation to their histories with The Beatles. For the book, Klaus sketched countless "memory drawings" of his experiences with the lads, many of which ended up in the book, or became more refined paintings and illustrations. 

Collector's Notes:
This is a one-of-a-kind drawing created during the production of the limited edition fine art book Hamburg Days in 1999, signed by Grammy Award-winning artist Klaus Voormann.

5" x 9" Paper Size
Signed, Original artwork
Pencil Drawing - SOLD

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