Jimi Hendrix, 1968
Important Photographs from the Peter Fetterman Collection
Jimi Hendrix, 1968
Chromogenic print, printed later. Signed and numbered 22/50 in pencil on the verso. Matted (unframed)
Image: 53.4 by 35.6 cm.; 21 by 14 in.
sheet: 61 by 50.8 cm.; 24 by 20 in.
This chromogenic print, with bright vivid colours, is in overall excellent condition, with one faint half-moon handling mark in the upper right hand margin, away from the image.
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“When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.” - Jimi Hendrix
“When Jimi first came to England no one knew who he was. I was asked to shoot him for his album. I had the idea to have a wall of flame behind him because he was like “hot”. We shot at The Roundhouse in Camden. I had one assistant on the left and one on the right.The assistant to the left lit the cans of petrol and boom! A wall of flame 20 foot high! I don’t know how we didn’t cook him! - David Montgomery
This image was used as the inside cover of Jimi’s last studio album and was his last album to be released before his untimely death in 1970.