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The Academy

A framed print, in Multi
© National Portrait Gallery, published by King&McGaw

The Academy

A framed print, in Multi
© National Portrait Gallery, published by King&McGaw

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Framed Print

Add a shot of Swinging Sixties cool to your space with this portrait of iconic rock band, The Who. Shot 1965 by David Wedgbury, it captures the band during their most prolific period.

David Wedgbury

This portrait is the work of photographer David Wedgbury. At his height in the mid-sixties he captured some of Britain’s most exciting musical talent, including The Rolling Stones, Marianne Faithfull and Eric Clapton.

Gallery Finish

A richly coloured Lambda print so well-finished your guests will believe you pulled it straight from the wall of a gallery. Mounted on white board and framed in the UK.

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