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INVENTORY# 159
CATALOGUE# 19311437113
TITLE UNTITLED (JOHN LENNON & YOKO ONO IN STUDIO)
PHOTOGRAPHER SPINDEL, DAVID M.
PHOTOGRAPHER DOB August 31, 1941
PHOTOGRAPHER NATIONALITY AMERICAN (BROOKLYN)
DATE OF PHOTOGRAPH UNKNOWN
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN UNKNOWN
DIMENSIONS (inches) Approximately14x11
METRIC DIMENSIONS (cm)  
COLOR B&W
CATEGORY FAMOUS PORTRAITS
TYPE OF PRINT GELATIN SILVER / GLOSSY
FRAMED FALSE
SIGNED YES (SEE LABELS/MARKINGS)
LABELS/MARKINGS ENGRAVED SIGNATURE AND PRINT STAMPS ON RECTO OF PRINT
CONDITION EXCELLECT
BACK STORY David M. Spindel was personally selected by John Lennon to photograph what was to be his last recording session, Spindel's images document the last days before Lennon's death.

Spindel began his career as a commercial still-life photographer in 1964 and has since combined extraordinary mastery of his craft with insightful and imaginative wit.  Throughout his prolific career, major newspapers, magazines, art publications, and televisions shows the world over have applauded Spindel's unique approach to photography. Whether creating an antique still life, his legendary baseball memorabilia collages, celebrity portraits, or his humorous rebuses, David M. Spindel's photography is truly captivating.

Well known collectors of Spindel's work include: Charlton Heston, Bob Hope, Johnny Carson, George Burns, Kate Hepburn, Billy Crystal, Donald Trump, Jerry Lewis, and Yoko Ono to mention just a few. Television personality Regis Philbin said "David Spindel is a little eccentric; however, you have to put up with him because he is a genius".