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Oasis | (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Print by Michael Spencer Jones

Oasis | (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? Print by Michael Spencer Jones

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Arguably Oasis’ most iconic cover. Shot on location in the early hours of Sunday morning on 23rd July 1995 in Berwick Street, Soho by Michael Spencer Jones. It is almost miraculous that one of the busiest streets in London was completely free of any vehicles at the time of shooting. The person seen to the left in the background is producer Owen Morris holding the master tape of the newly finished album. The image has become almost synonymous to the nineties and a whole generation of music lovers.

Archival fine art print in a limited edition of 195. Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

 

24 x 25 inch paper size – image size 18 x 18 inch

Limited edition of 195 – Signed and numbered by the photographer Michael Spencer Jones. Printed on Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308g cotton base paper using pigment inks. (24 x 25 inch paper size – image size 18 x 18 inch). Comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Michael Spencer Jones is one of the UK’s most influential rock photographers responsible for creating some of the most iconic sleeve art in recent British rock history.

Michael became interested in photography from an early age but developed a strong passion for the art whilst studying the great American photographers of the 20th century, photographers such as Alfred Steiglitz, Edward Steichen and Paul Outerbridge. He also became fascinated with surrealism and the work of Angus Mcbean and the ’pop art’ album covers of Hipgnosis, and these influences are evident in the imagery he created for Oasis and The Verve during the Britpop era.

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