Bryan Ferry Holland Park 1976
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Archival quality fine art photograph
Signed and numbered by Mick Rock
Size of physical print includes a white border, sizes as stated. Due to the production process by Mick, we cannot accept returns.
THE STORY BEHIND THE PHOTOGRAPH:
“In the garden of his house just off Holland Park Avenue in 1975, around the time of the Roxy Music single ‘Love Is The Drug’. I was living in my first house on Portland Road, a few minutes’ walk away. He wore a great elegantly rumpled khaki suit. I called it his ‘Our Man In Havana’ look, after the Alec Guinness movie. Bryan always looked good on film, and we were both happy with the results. First I shot him in the house. Later we went into his extensive garden. This one slipped through the net of our selections.” Mick Rock
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