Bob Dylan Infrared Woodstock Portrait in 17" by 22" from Photographer Elliott Landy
Bob Dylan’s time at Byrdcliffe yielded some of folk rock’s most memorable recordings. Own a piece of his legacy with this intimate photo of Dylan from Rolling Stone photographer Elliott Landy.... more less
Between the release of his albums John Wesley Harding in December 1967 and Nashville Skyline in 1969, Bob Dylan lived a brief moment of quiet with his family in Byrdcliffe, the renowned Woodstock art colony. Own a rare snapshot of the legendary singer in this stunning photograph from Elliott Landy. Splashed in bright infrared magenta, your Cibachrome print is a museum-quality image of Dylan at his most pensive. Frame it, hang it, and own a true piece of folk music history.
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- Infrared print of Bob Dylan outside his Byrdcliffe home by photographer Elliott Landy
- Dimensions: 17" x 22"
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