The Rolling Stones “European Tour Poster 1973” Limited Fine Art Print- Signed by John Pasche

The Rolling Stones “European Tour Poster 1973″ Limited Fine Art Print- Signed by John Pasche

Medium: Lithograph on Hannoart Silk 275gsm Mirror gloss UV finish over image area – Atelier: RAD, UK

This awesome limited edition lithograph print by John Pasche features artwork he designed for the Rolling Stones’ first trip to Europe since the European Tour 1970. The 1973 tour, part of parallel three-year cycles of touring the United States and Europe, followed the release of Goats Head Soup and would be Mick Taylor’s last live performance with the Stones until 1981.

The artwork also packed a punch as the cover for the 7” single release of Angie in 1973. This print uses Hannoart Silk paper with a mirror gloss UV finish over the image area.

About John Pasche, Artist from the legendary Rolling Stones Logo 1971

The original Tongue artwork for The Rolling Stones logo was created by artist John Pasche in 1971 and remained the property of the John Pasche until it was acquired by the
Victoria & Albert Museum in 2008. Due to the fact that John Pasche sold the copyright to the Rolling Stones in 1984, no other reproduction rights of the Tongue logo were given
to the Pasche.
In 2009 however, John Pasche reached an agreement with the Rolling Stones permitting him to produce just five original and unique Tongue logo artworks based on the
Original design. A copy of the agreement between The Rolling Stones and the John Pasche is available on request and serves as full provenence of the pieces.

Details

Category Concert Poster
Size 70 x 48.3cm
Frame Size Framed: 83.8 x 59.7cm
Medium Lithograph on Hannoart Silk 275gsm Mirror gloss UV finish over image area
Edition Multiple editions
Impression 750
Edition number 134/750
Signature Signed By: John Pasche In Pencil
Keywords The Rolling Stones,Lithograph,Concert Poster

Price CHF 320.00

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