George Harrison, Birdcage, London, 1966
© Robert Whitaker

George Harrison, Birdcage, London, 1966

By Robert Whitaker
About the image
​A portrait of Beatles guitarist George Harrison with his head inside a birdcage, taken on March 25, 1966. It was part of the famous "Butcher Sleeve Session," a series of surreal photographs that played on the band's celebrity. 

Release Notes:
Robert Whitaker's family has released a selection of "Estate-Authorized" limited edition fine art photographs. Each photograph will be embossed with the estate stamp and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Please use the CHOOSE A SIZE button below to see the different options with prices.

Collector's Notes:
Whitaker left a very small archive of signed photoraphs that he had printed and prepared for show and sale prior to his death. This image may be available as a signed piece. Please contact us to inquire about availability and price!

Estate photographs are printed to order in the UK, so please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Buyers will receive the next available edition number unless a specific number is confirmed in advance.

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George Harrison, Birdcage, London, 1966
George Harrison, Birdcage, London, 1966