_Ringo Starr - Liverpool, 1960
© Ringo Starr

_Ringo Starr - Liverpool, 1960

By Ringo Starr
About the image

'As a drummer, not having a car was pretty difficult. When I had to come on the bus, I had to beg drummers in the other bands, "Let me play your drums." Sometimes they'd let me and sometimes they wouldn't. Later on, when I got my car, other drummers would beg me, "Let me use your kit, man!" and I'd say, "Sure," because I knew what begging for a kit was all about.’ 

Release Notes:

The PHOTOGRAPH Portfolio showcases Ringo's camera work in a series of museum-quality prints, reproduced from the negative for the first time. 

This photograph was first released in 2013 (Portfolio 2013, Photo #1).

All the proceeds from the sales of these photographs go to the Lotus Foundation, a charitiable organization founded by Ringo with his wife Barbara Bach to support a wide variety of causes and promote social welfare around the world.

Collector's Notes:
Ringo Starr's photographs are printed in the UK in one size/one edition only. Each beautiful archival pigment print photograph is hand-numbered and signed by Ringo.

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

PLEASE NOTE: This signed, limited edition photograph is SOLD OUT. 

Occasionally we may have one available for resale from a private collector. Please contact us for the latest availability and pricing.

20" x 30" Sheet Size
Signed Limited edition (25)
Archival Pigment Print Photograph - SOLD OUT

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