DescriptionGeorge Harrison Color Photos by Nancy Andrews with Slides and Full Copyright (1970s). Four photos total, sold with color slides and full copyright, taken by music photographer Nancy Andrews. Two photos depict Harrison near a rock wall, with Ringo appearing in one of the images. Another shot shows Harrison tuning an acoustic guitar, while the final image is a close up of Harrison's face. Candid and unique. Each photo measures 5" x 7". Excellent condition. From the Nancy Andrews Archive.
Noted photographer of musicians and pop culture figures, Nancy Lee Andrews is a former model who was once engaged to the Beatles' Ringo Starr. Though based in Nashville, her adventures have taken her around the globe, where she has photographed music's heavyweights, from Starr, George Harrison, and Eric Clapton to the Band, Charlie Daniels, Carl Perkins and beyond. Here we present a wonderful selection of her photography, on offer for auction with full copyright for the first time anywhere. Ranging from 1971 through 1988, some of these images are candid, while others are outtakes of promotional sessions. All are unique glimpses into the lives of some of the most important figures the world of popular music has ever known.
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