Fleetwood Mac – Original 1979 Band Portrait Used In Los Angeles Times ‘Tusk’ Review
An original, extremely detailed pen and ink portrait of Fleetwood Mac, created by artist Nancy Onhanian for use in the Los Angeles Times’ October 14, 1979 review of the band’s new album Tusk. Included is the actual front page of the Times’ Calendar section, with this portrait. This extraordinary portrait must have taken many hours to create, and captures the individual personalities of each group member. Onhanian has signed it in the lower right corner.
The portrait is on art board measuring 9 1/2″ x 15″, with publication notes in the top right corner; the back also has Onhanian’s signature, and two stickers from the Los Angeles Times with more publication notes. With Recordmecca’s written lifetime guarantee of authenticity.
From the National Press Foundation website: Nancy Ohanian is a widely published illustrator and cartoonist. Her editorial cartoons and drawings have been syndicated worldwide through Tribune Content Agency since 1980 and have appeared in The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, The Miami Herald, and Down with Tyranny.com since 1974. Her posters are in the permanent collection of the Center for the Study of Political Graphics in Los Angeles. The artwork has been exhibited throughout the US and featured in Print Magazine, American Artist, TV Guide, Graphis and National Geographic. Nancy contributes her work to non-profit publications and organizations that raise awareness of issues important to the public interest. She has lectured at UCLA, California State University/Northridge, Cal State/LA, Otis Parsons/LA and currently teaches in the Department of Art at Rowan University.
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