Roger Waters of Pink Floyd by Andrew Whittuck

Roger Waters of Pink Floyd by Andrew Whittuck

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Fine art limited edition print of Roger Waters of Pink Floyd by Andrew Whittuck, taken in 1967

Location - Hampstead London
Date - June 1967

In the early years Roger Waters served as Pink Floyd's bassist. He wrote his first published song 'Take Up Thy Stethoscope and Walk' in 1967 for the bands debut album 'The Piper at the Gates of Dawn'. After the departure of Syd Barrett he took up the role of lyricist, co-lead vocalist, and conceptual leader. Here is pictured in June 1967 in an early shoot in Hampstead just eighteen months after the band started out. 

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Edition 50 -  Signed and numbered by Andrew Whittuck

Size options:

A3 - 16.5" x 11.7" - $385
A2 - 23.4" x 16.5" - $525
A1 - 33.1" x 23.4" - $825
A0 - 33.1" x 46.8" - $1200

Print Quality: Archival pigment print on archival cotton based rag paper using archival inks.

Expect a delivery time of 3 weeks on print orders. Your print will be sent rolled in a new, high quality mailing tube with sufficient packing. You will be emailed shortly after your order is placed with an estimated delivery time.