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Kevin Westenberg
Pearl Jam by Kevin Westenberg Signed Limited Edition

1992 (printed later)

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Pearl Jam Pearl Jam on Stage by Kevin Westenberg- Signed Limited Edition Kevin Westenberg is famed for his creation of provocative and electrifying images of world-class musicians, artists and movie stars for over 25 years. His technique of lighting, colour and composition has helped to produce his own unique visual style. All prints are signed and numbered by the artist. Paper size 16x20 inches Edition size varies according to print size. Other sizes available (in inches): Luxe 16x20 (Edition of 25) Large 20x24 (Edition of 25) Longe 24x30 (Edition of 25) Grande XL 30x40 (Edition of 10 (+2 a/p)) Giant 40x60 (Edition of 3 (+1 a/p)) FRAMING: Please note that this piece is unframed – however, we offer a full framing service. If you would like this piece framed, please contact us for a quote. black and white, celebrity, icon, portrait, man, women, shadow, contrast, grain, band, music, musician, concert, performing, posing, photography, photograph, live
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    1992 (printed later)
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    Height: 20 in (50.8 cm)Width: 16 in (40.64 cm)
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    Framing Options Available
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  • Gallery Location:
    London, GB
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    Seller: MB1stDibs: LU38139920022
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