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Original signed photograph by Don Hunstein.
New York: , 1963. Original silver gelatin print; overall: 405 x 510 mm; image: 300 x 450 mm. Official Sony authorisation label (dated 2005) on verso, signed by Hunstein (additionally signed by him in pencil), stating negative number "4758/C4/18". Conservation-grade window mount, black wooden frame, glazed with Artshield UV scratch-resistant acrylic. In excellent condition. A beguiling vérité image of the great songwriter, walking away from the camera with slung guitar across the floor of a deserted recording studio, captured by the celebrated Don Hunstein in August of 1963 at Columbia's Studio A in New York City. This was the album session that produced the iconic "The Times They Are A-Changin'". Don Hunstein (1928-2017) was chief staff photographer for Columbia Records at a time "when the company was under the direction of Goddard Lieberson, who thought it important to document in photographs the cultural history of the music of their time. So he had the opportunity to do far more than album covers and publicity shots, covering [artists'] recording sessions and even visiting them on their home turf" ( Among the archive of more than 100,000 pictures that Hunstein took over a period of three decades (1955-1986) are defining images of Janis Joplin, Tony Bennett, Barbra Streisand, Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, Billie Holiday, Duke Ellington, Aretha Franklin, Johnny Cash, Simon and Garfunkel, Glenn Gould, and Leonard Bernstein. Cultural historian David E, Kaufman writes "an artist need not be aware of the allusive qualities of his or her own work. The same … [Click Below for Full Description]
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