Bob Dylan and Construction Workers

Bob Dylan and Construction Workers

Subject: Bob Dylan
Photographer: Fred W. McDarrah
Genre: Music Photography
Genre 2: Contemporary Fine Art Photography
Year Photo Taken: 1965
Additional Info: With the help of unidentified construction workers, American musician Bob Dylan (born Robert Zimmerman), a cigarette in his mouth, operates a jackhammer in Sheridan Square Park, New York, New York, January 22, 1965.

All sizes listed are paper sizes, photographs have a border. Prints are estate stamped and numbered. Please allow 3-4 weeks to receive the print. All framed orders come with a black frame and white mat and require an extra two weeks for delivery.
Available Editions

Print size - 11" x 14"
Edition size - 75
Printing Process - Archival Pigment Print

Print size - 16" x 20"
Edition size - 75
Printing Process - Archival Pigment Print

Print size - 20" x 24"
Edition size - 75
Printing Process - Archival Pigment Print

All Items Subject to Availability. All Prints Are Contemporary Prints Unless Otherwise Indicated. We Only Use UV Plexi When Framing Your Photographs. Please Allow 2-3 Weeks To Receive Your Print.