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The Animals (John Steel; Chas Chandler; Eric Victor Burdon; Dave Rowberry; Hilton Stewart Paterson Valentine) Mounted Print

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© National Portrait Gallery, London

Inkjet digital print from the original by David Wedgbury in the National Portrait Gallery Collection. Printed on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Baryta A3+ white, high gloss paper; mounted and ready to be be framed.

The English rhythm & blues and rock band, The Animals, formed in Newcastle upon Tyne in the early 1960s. Upon finding fame in 1964, the band moved to London. Known for their bluesy sound and the powerful voice of frontman Eric Burdon; which is evident on their No. 1 hit single, “House of the Rising Sun”. In early 1966 The Best of the Animals was released; it became their best-selling album in the US.

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Mount size: 62cm x 51cm

More about this portrait: The Animals (John Steel; Chas Chandler; Eric Victor Burdon; Dave Rowberry; Hilton Stewart Paterson Valentine) by David Wedgbury.

Resin print, 1966

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