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WD8820661

Set of Six 20th Century Prints by Alan Aldrige

  • H: 30.5 cm (13")
  • W: 25.5 cm (10 1/16")
  • D: 3 cm (1 3/16")

Highly decorative set of six prints by artist Alan Aldrige, depicting The Beatles illustrated lyrics, circa 1969.

Alan Aldridge's aim was to capture the essence of the Beatles' appeal and to present a book that was as entertaining to the eye and the imagination as their music is to the ear. He succeeded and the result was a stunning collection of colour illustrations by some of the most famous artists of the time.

Surreal and psychedelic, the lyrics and illustrations reflect the mood of the 60s and show what an immense influence the greatest band of all time had on the style of their generation and those that followed.

These prints retain all the style of the originals and are a must for any Beatles fan or anyone interested in design or the social history of the 60s.

Depicting the lyrics from hit songs such as Helter Skelter, Tomorrow Never Knows, I don't want to Spoil a Party and What goes on by Alan Aldridge and Give Peace a Chance By Harry Willcock.

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£895.00
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Highly decorative set of six prints by artist Alan Aldrige, depicting The Beatles illustrated lyrics, circa 1969.

Alan Aldridge's aim was to capture the essence of the Beatles' appeal and to present a book that was as entertaining to the eye and the imagination as their music is to the ear. He succeeded and the result was a stunning collection of colour illustrations by some of the most famous artists of the time.

Surreal and psychedelic, the lyrics and illustrations reflect the mood of the 60s and show what an immense influence the greatest band of all time had on the style of their generation and those that followed.

These prints retain all the style of the originals and are a must for any Beatles fan or anyone interested in design or the social history of the 60s.

Depicting the lyrics from hit songs such as Helter Skelter, Tomorrow Never Knows, I don't want to Spoil a Party and What goes on by Alan Aldridge and Give Peace a Chance By Harry Willcock.

  • Condition: excellent
  • Country: England
  • Materials & Techniques: Paper
  • Style: Modernist
  • Period: 20th Cent

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