Led Zeppelin/Jimmy Page ,
Large ltd edition print, no 51 of 250
Silkscreen print using 28 colours and 2 varying spot glazes on Hahnemule 400gsm
Signed by Jimmy Page
2005 Corriander Studios, London
41 x 26" Framed & Glazed
This album featured classics such as Stairway To Heaven, Black Dog, When The Levy Breaks...........It sold millions and is regarded by many people as their finest album. Having been involved in the original artwork creation, this piece has been hand signed by Jimmy Page as both the artis and artiste. This piece is a very important pieceof Rock and Roll history. Buy one before they disappear for ever!
The tower block on the back cover is of Butterfield Court in Dudley, England; and not of the now demolished Prince of Wales Court, as has been said erroneously in the past. Butterfield Court can be seen, owing to it being 20-storeys high and on top of a ridge, 25 miles away in rural Worcestershire and Shropshire and on a clear day, over 45 miles away in Wales. The painting on the front of the album showing an old man carrying a bundle of sticks, was apparently purchased from a junk shop in Reading, Berkshire by a Zeppelin roadie and affixed to the internal, papered wall of the partly demolished house for the photograph to be taken. The house and surrounding area are by Butterfield Court in the Eve Hill area of Dudley- the use of Eve Hill may be an in-joke ["Ev-il"] by the band.