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Aladdin Sane, 1973 'Eyes Open' Brian Duffy Archive Mounted Print in Black Wood Frame

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Regular price £200.00

This image remained unseen and unpublished until 2011 and was the image that promoted the 2013 'David Bowie is' exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. This has now become almost as famous as the classic album cover shot and has been widely reproduced worldwide. This arresting image shows the difference between Bowie's eye colour which was the result of a childhood fight. Together with the iconic cover of the Aladdin sane album they make a wonderful and stunning duo.

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White mount; Estate stamped.
19x19cm
Pigment ink archival print, mounted and framed in black wood frame.

Please handle with care, as frame has glass screen.

Comes with hanging string already attached to the frame.

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