Made in the USA from the Bernie Taupin & Terry O'Neill collaboration — Limited Edition Print
Paul Newman poses in a cowboy hat in Tucson, Arizona, in a publicity still for the 1972 comedy western Pocket Money. Newman, behind whom Taupin has arranged a downpour of gum wrappers and a section of the stars and stripes, was a conflicted patriot: a lover of cars and cold Budweiser who found himself on Richard Nixon's enemies list for opposing the Vietnam War.
- 16" x 23" editions of 199
- 31" x 34" editions of 50
- Signed and numbered on the front by Bernie Taupin
- Mixed media, pigmented digital print on Hahnemuhle Archival Photo Rag paper, 500gsm
- Large format images are printed with silkscreen
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