Huh. Warhol, Lennon and even Bob Dylan...Twiggy...but no Edie Sedgwick. What an oversite.
the picture of john lennon is a defining image of the sixties and pretty much tells what it's like to be on acid... richard, you will be missed. thank you for your service.
- Park Grubbs, Los Angeles, CA
could you send me some more images of John Lennon by Andy Warhol to email@example.com
- danny abbott
Wow! What a fantastic image of John Lennon! The contrast in the colours look so eye-catching and look really sixties and effective. My dad, CHRIS SMITH (a massive Beatles fan) has the Beatles 'one' album with this image on the cover and it looks fantastic. Long live Lennon!
- Lucy Smith BRISTOL
Groovy! Warhol is my favorite artist, and Lennon is my favorite musician. How nice to run across this at 5:oo in the morning!
The Lennon picture sums up the art world of the late sixties. This will be the picture aliens pick out if they ever pay us a visit here on earth.........
- jay williams
this is one of the best photos i've seen warhol captured in- marvelous
I love the Beatles pictures in your collection, but I was wondering where I could find these four in a sqare.
- Eric J. Paoletti
"It's like he captured the sixties all in one photograph."
is there something more warhol than lennon??
- berny abarca, costa rica
Two sixties legends captured by another sixties' legend. Because I was so young when these photos of the Beatles came out, I didn't appreciate the photographer. Now I understand why they were so memorable... Avedon. He knew how to serve up personalities on a silver platter and say, "Enjoy!"
- Jan McJunkins Cook, Dallas, Texas
I am a 19 year old photografer inspired when i see a legend but looking at andy worhol, and john lenon really does the trick, i also liked the fact that you put a pop artist next to something that he did not do but as well might fall into the cattegory of pop art.
- Gonzalo Bravo, firstname.lastname@example.org
At last I found these wonderful pictures of Beatles, that was my favorite icons in my teen years! Thank you, Richard. Until now, I can't iunderstand how these pictures got in Siberia in 60s?
- Igor Vereschagin, Moscow, Russia