ROLLING STONES – Mick Jagger, RCA Studios, Hollywood, California, 1965 #1 FRAMED Limited Edition 11×14″ Fine Art Archival Chromogenic Photograph by Bob Bonis with GRAMMY Museum COA
This is a Limited Edition 11x14" FRAMED Fine Art, Archival Chromogenic Photograph of The Rolling Stones' Mick Jagger. In this candid photograph of the Rolling Stones frontman, Mick Jagger, taken by the Stones US Tour Manager, Bob Bonis, the entertainer becomes the entertained in this private moment during one of the Rolling Stones' recording sessions at RCA Studios in Hollywood, California . Once a rather shy lad, Mick fell in love with performing when he realized the girls were, as he told Rolling Stone, "going, either quietly or loudly, sort of crazy." Here, the future legend's boyish charm is on full display. Photograph by Bob Bonis. Bob Bonis was both The Beatles' and The Rolling Stones' U.S. Tour Manager, beginning with their first-ever tours of America, in 1964, and continuing through 1966. An avid photographer, Bob brought his Leica M3 camera along and took photographs that are unique in their unguarded and intimate nature. Due to his unequaled access to these bands, he was able to capture images no other photographer was able to take.
- Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. Live certifying the edition and print number
- All prints are derived from the original negative, taken by The Beatles and Rolling Stones US Tour Manager Bob Bonis
- Custom Fine Art Chromogenic Photographic Print on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper by Duggal Visual Solutions of NY
- Edition Limited to only 250 Prints - When they sell out this image will never be printed again in this size and format
- Each Print is Hand-Numbered, Estate Embossed, Mounted and Framed with acid free mat board and professionally framed