Visiting The Beatles at EMI, London, 1963
© Klaus Voormann

Visiting The Beatles at EMI, London, 1963

Drawing
By Klaus Voormann
About the image
Klaus Voorman became close friends with the entire group in Hamburg, Germany in 1960 and later visited them in London. This image depicts the inside of a limosine with Beatlemaniacs screaming and smothering the windows as they try to drive out of their legendary studio.

In addition to working on design for the massive Beatles Anthology project beginning in the mid-1990s, Klaus Voorman collaborated with photographer Astrid Kirchherr on a book project called Hamburg Days with Genesis Publications, which focused on each of their respective media, in relation to their histories with The Beatles. Klaus sketched countless "memory drawings" of his experiences with the lads during the process of revisiting so many memories over the years, 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.

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Visiting The Beatles at EMI, London, 1963
Visiting The Beatles at EMI, London, 1963