Rod Stewart photographed by Allan Ballard
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Rod Stewart photographed by Allan Ballard

Price
£475
Photography medium: Digital archival print

Unframed

Edition of 103 (50 available)

Gallery: Crane Kalman Brighton

Ships from: United Kingdom

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Description

About the artwork
All prints are produced to order. Lead times between 5-10 days.Rod Stewart photographed by Allan Ballard in 1975. This is an iconic archival digital fine-art print on 310gsm cotton based paper and is from an edition of 100. This print is numbered and bears the photographer’s official stamp.Rod Stewart by Allan Ballard is part of the Rockarchive Collection. This essential collection of stylistic music images features an assortment of iconic classic rock ‘n’ roll, jazz, soul and contemporary pop music personalities, captured by some of music photography’s greatest practitioners – David Corio, Storm Thorgerson, Jill Furmanovsky, Ian Dickson and Sheila Rock.Please contact the gallery if you would like information about other sizes available.

Specification

Medium Digital archival print
Support Paper
Framed? No
Subjects Portraiture,
Style Documentary
Original or Edition? Edition of 103
Certificate of Authenticity No
Signed? No
Artwork Dimensions: 42 X 60 X 1 X cm

About Allan Ballard

Allan Ballard began his photographic career at the Evening Standard where he assisted the picture editor. He then assisted eminent fashion photographer John Cowan. Together they travelled extensively on fashion assignments (from the North Pole to the Persian Gulf and all points between).

Allan spent six months in New York working for American Vogue. During this time, he documented the racial tension between the police and the black residents of Harlem for the Sunday Times. The now famous shot of the NYPD officer ‘pulling tongues’ in a momentary lapse ‘under fire’ was later ‘adopted’ by the band Skid Alley for their album cover.

On his return, Allan set up his studio in Primrose Hill and began contributing regularly to the Sunday Times and later to the Supplement. On one of his diverse assignments Allan obtained almost exclusive access to Frank Sinatra and Mia Farrow at the time of their marriage. His pictures were syndicated around the world and secured Allan’s name as a top Photographer.

At 24 Allan had become one of the most successful photographers in London.