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IAIN MACMILLAN | The Beatles, Abbey Road Out-take, 1969, chromogenic print, signed and numbered AP

Artist's Resale Right

Estimate:

7,000

to
- 10,000 GBP

IAIN MACMILLAN | The Beatles, Abbey Road Out-take, 1969, chromogenic print, signed and numbered AP

IAIN MACMILLAN | The Beatles, Abbey Road Out-take, 1969, chromogenic print, signed and numbered AP

Estimate:

7,000

to
- 10,000 GBP

Lot sold:

10,710

GBP

IAIN MACMILLAN

1938 - 2006

THE BEATLES, ABBEY ROAD OUT-TAKE, 1969


Chromogenic print, printed later, flush-mounted to board. Signed and numbered AP in white ink in the lower margin. Mounted and framed.

Image: 32 x 33cm. (12½x 13in.)

sheet: 50 x 40cm. (19⅞x 15 3/4in.)


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This print is in overall excellent condition with beautiful tones.


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