Limited edition print of Freddie Mercury and Sir Bob Geldof by photographer Alan Chapman.
Photographic Print of Freddie Mercury and Sir Bob Geldof by photographer Alan Chapman.
Alan Chapman is one of the world's best-known photographers. Having been at it since the 1970's, he specializes in paparazzi photography and in the last 30 years has snapped all the big names; including Amy Winehouse, Kate Moss, Sting, Robbie Williams and the list goes on...
This particular snapshot is of Queen lead, Freddie Mercury pulling philanthropist and Boomtown Rat singer, Sir Bob Geldof up on stage at Fashion Aid in the Royal Albert Hall in 1985. This edition of two of this centuries leading rockstars in one of only 25 and comes with a copy of Chapman's photographers pass, which has all the event details on it. The print which is approximately 42 X 30cm, will be suplied framed in 80 X 60cm and sealed. It will be signed and numbered on the mount and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. It is a high quality Giclée print.
This photo, which is signed by photographer Alan Chapman, will come in a smart frame and be accompanied with a copy of Chapman's official press pass.
This photo has been donated by Alan Chapman in aid of Variety, the Children's Charity.
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