John Lennon, ‘The Beatles, She Said So/I Feel Fine, Cel 140’, 1966, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Pen and Ink on Paper, HG Contemporary
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John Lennon

The Beatles, She Said So/I Feel Fine, Cel 140, 1966

Pen and Ink on Paper
17 9/10 × 20 22/25 in
45.5 × 53 cm
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A chance meeting in a London nightclub in 1966 between artist and film maker Stephen Verona and the …

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John Lennon
British, 1940–1980
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John Lennon is primarily known for being a member of the Beatles and one of the 20th century’s most influential and beloved musicians. But he also produced a significant body of visual art that his wife, Yoko Ono, has brought to public attention in the years since his untimely death. Lennon’s pen-and-ink works on paper, which depict family, sex, and music, are playful, illustrative, and almost always personal. His “Bag One Portfolio,” a group of line drawings that he made for Ono as a wedding gift, is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, in New York. His wife has noted that his rock-and-roll stardom excluded him from the art world and its trends, allowing his sketches to maintain a kind of aesthetic purity.

John Lennon, ‘The Beatles, She Said So/I Feel Fine, Cel 140’, 1966, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Pen and Ink on Paper, HG Contemporary
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A chance meeting in a London nightclub in 1966 between artist and film maker Stephen Verona and the man of the hour John Lennon led to a friendship and artistic collaboration which resulted in this, the world’s first music video. John gave Stephen a new and soon to be hit record, which arrived on an unlabeled disc. It …

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John Lennon is primarily known for being a member of the Beatles and one of the 20th century’s most influential and beloved musicians. But he also produced a significant body of visual art that his wife, Yoko Ono, has brought to public attention in the years since his untimely death. Lennon’s pen-and-ink works on paper, which depict family, sex, and music, are playful, illustrative, and almost always personal. His “Bag One Portfolio,” a group of line drawings that he made for Ono as a wedding gift, is in the collection of the Museum of Modern Art, in New York. His wife has noted that his rock-and-roll stardom excluded him from the art world and its trends, allowing his sketches to maintain a kind of aesthetic purity.

John Lennon

The Beatles, She Said So/I Feel Fine, Cel 140, 1966

Pen and Ink on Paper
17 9/10 × 20 22/25 in
45.5 × 53 cm
.
$10,000
Ships from Saint Helena, Napa Valley, CA, US
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Location
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