"John Lennon" from Getty Images

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16th August 1966: John Lennon (1940 - 1980) of the Beatles, after making a formal apology for his controversial statement that the group were 'more popular than Jesus'.

Hand-selected from the celebrated Getty Images archive, Jonathan's covetable edit captures moments of timeless glamour and classic joie de vivre within the animal, celebrity, fashion and jet set worlds. Each image is printed from scans of the original negative then mounted on aluminum and faced with museum quality Plexiglas. Please allow 4 to 8 weeks for delivery.

Jonathan Adler offers premium quality photographic prints from the Getty Images archive. All photographs are printed and authorized by the Getty Images Gallery, London.

JA Finds is a collection of products discovered and handpicked by Jonathan to complement our already dreamy assortment of exclusive designs. He came, he saw, he just had to have… and we hope you feel the same!
  • 16" W x 20" H or 20" W x 24" H
  • Plexi-faced aluminum mounted
  • Photograph credit: Harry Benson
  • Imported
  • All art sales are final
Item #: 28766

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16th August 1966: John Lennon (1940 - 1980) of the Beatles, after making a formal apology for his controversial statement that the group were 'more popular than Jesus'.

Hand-selected from the celebrated Getty Images archive, Jonathan's covetable edit captures moments of timeless glamour and classic joie de vivre within the animal, celebrity, fashion and jet set worlds. Each image is printed from scans of the original negative then mounted on aluminum and faced with museum quality Plexiglas. Please allow 4 to 8 weeks for delivery.

Jonathan Adler offers premium quality photographic prints from the Getty Images archive. All photographs are printed and authorized by the Getty Images Gallery, London.