This is a limited edition signed print made from the orginal Supersize 3D painting by artist Morgan Howell. Morgan creates original paintings of classic seven-inch singles. This print is from his painting of the cover sleeve for The Shadows's 1960 single 'Apache'. It features the artwork with the following wording underneath
"The recording for 'Apache' was done at the EMI Abbey Road Studio in London, June 1960. Singer-guitarist Joe Brown had bought an Italian-built guitar echo chamber. He didn't like it and gave it to Hank Marvin. Marvin developed a new sound using the chamber with heavy vibrato using the tremolo arm of his Fender Stratocaster. Percussion was by Tony Meehan (drums) and Cliff Richard, who played a Chinese drum at the beginning and end to provide an atmosphere of stereotypically Native American music. It topped the UK singles chart for five weeks, a month after the recording."
This print is available in a limited edition of 75.
Our pictures show both the framed and unframed options plus the original Supersize painting that the limited edition print was made from. The framed option is framed to order in a high quality, black wood grain frame with gallery quality perspex. The print will be strung and arrives ready to be hung.
Framed size: 59cm x 43cm
Unframed size: 48cm x 33cm
* Please note Monday 6th December last order date for guaranteed framed print delivery
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