BOB MARLEY “Bob in Trenchtown” 1973 Rare Original Color Print 16 x 20 Framed
“Bob Marley in Trenchtown” 1973 by Arthur Gorson. Beautiful 16 X 20 color print. Framed under glass. Limited edition of 20 (this is 2/20) Archival Fiber Print struck at A&I Custom Photo Labs, Los Angeles under the Artist’s supervision. (From new print-master derived from Artist’s original Kodachrome reversal color slide.)
This 2 of 20 of a limited edition run. Signed (right hand front corner) and numbered by Artist (left corner). This print has remained in Artist’s personal collection. Includes Certificate of Authentici(COA.)
Photograph was taken in Trenchtown, Kingston, Jamaica – April, 1973. The Artist spent several days, as exclusive photographer with Bob Marley, for a series of photos taken prior to Marley’s departure from Jamaica to promote his newly released album “Catch a Fire.” Well-known Reggae singer, “Bread” of the Wailing Souls, is in the background.
The photograph is featured in the authorized feature documentary film “Marley” directed by Kevin Macdonald (“Last King of Scotland”). A well know rock photographer and film producer, Arthur Gorson’s classic photos of Bob Marley provide the album cover for “Bob Marley Talking Blues,” as well as art for the deluxe CD/Album edition of “Catch a Fire”. His photographs have been published in “RollingStone Magazine”, as well as books such as: “Songs of Freedom” by Adrian Boot and Chris Salewicz;and “Bob Marley” – Taschen Books Music Icons series. His work was included in the landmark gallery show (5 photographers) “Songs of Freedom – An Artistic Tribute to the Legend of Bob Marley,”which opened at the Galerie Mari Hubé, and travelled to 6 world capitals.
Print size 16 X 20 Frame size 27.5 X 21.5
Also available unframed – email for further information. Copyright information for online protection only, does not appear on original print.