Bob Dylan – Original Jim Marshall Photograph With Marshall’s Handwritten Notations
An original 8″ x 10″ Jim Marshall photograph of Bob Dylan rolling a tire down a Greenwich Village street in 1963. Marshall snapped only two frames of Dylan rolling this tire, creating one of Marshall’s most enduring images. This is an original hand printed silver gelatin print, and it’s in spectacular mint condition. On the back Marshall has written “on 7th Ave near Sheridan. Bob Dylan 1963”; it also has Marshall’s studio stamp and negative number.
The late Jim Marshall was one of the most highly acclaimed music photographers ever; he was the chief photographer at Woodstock, the only photographer allowed backstage at the Beatles last concert, and shot legendary photographs of Jimi Hendrix, The Doors, Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones Johnny Cash, and many other music legends. His photographs adorn more than 500 album covers including the Allman Brothers “At The Fillmore East” and the Jefferson Airplane’s Volunteers. His photographs are highly collectible and this one is a beautiful example.
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