Blues Bros, Los Angeles 1979 “Blues Bros Sequence”
© Norman Seeff

Blues Bros, Los Angeles 1979 “Blues Bros Sequence”

By Norman Seeff
About the image
"By this time, I had been filming my sessions for 6 years and was excited by the opportunity to capture my session with these outstanding physical comedians. However, my cameraman walked into my studio already filming without waiting for permission and John angrily shut him down. The session ended up being one of the most innovative experiences of my interaction with artists. Soon after, I got a call from John, apologizing for having missed such an amazing opportunity by not filming and 2 years later, he asked for another session, this time with his wife, Judy."

Release Notes:
Limited Edition prints of Norman Seeff’s classic images are produced under his supervision at his studio in Los Angeles, California. These are archival pigment prints produced from the original drum-scanned negatives on MOAB Entrada Rag Natural, an acid-free, 100% cotton rag fine art paper.

As a renowned graphic designer (with 5 Grammy nominations), Seeff has also designed a number of large-scale composites and sequences.

Collector's Notes:
Norman Seeff will only produce 50 prints plus 5 Artist Proofs from any single negative.
Prices therefore depend on the size you wish to purchase, and how many of the 50 have previously sold.

Each one is hand-signed and numbered by Norman Seeff.

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Signed Limited edition (50)
Archival Pigment Print Photograph - Available

24" x 47" Sheet Size/20" x 44" Image Size (approximate)
34" x 69" Sheet Size/30" x 66" Image Size (approximate)
44" x 90" Sheet Size/40" x 87" Image Size (approximate)

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