Images of a Woman | Art in a Corner

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Inspired by Images of a Woman, the only known painting ever made by The Beatles

Endorsed by Paul McCartney and in support of two of the UK’s leading arts and music charities, ART IN A CORNER is inspired by ‘Images of a Woman’, the only known painting ever made by The Beatles, painted in Japan in 1966.

To mark the 50th anniversary of the painting, some of the world’s biggest bands and solo artists – including Boy George, Florence Welch (Florence & the Machine), Brian Wilson & Band, The Libertines and Elvis Costello – have followed in The Beatles’ footsteps to create their own versions of the painting.

The paintings will be shown in a series of exhibitions across the UK, before being sold in support of:

Exhibited artwork will include behind-the-scenes photos of The Beatles’ 1966 tour of Japan, by renowned British photographer Robert Whitaker.

ART IN A CORNER Exhibitions – September & October 2016

  • Cass Art, Islington, London. 29 September to 30 October. Private View Wednesday 28th September. 6-8pm (showing paintings by Florence Welch (Florence & the Machine), Jerry Dammers (The Specials), Elvis Costello, John Illsley (Dire Straits), Marillion and Level 42)
  • Pretty Green, Carnaby Street, London. 28 September to 20 October. Private View Thursday 29th September. 6-8pm (showing 23 Robert Whitaker prints of behind-the-scenes photos of The Beatles in Japan in 66, plus the painting by Jann Haworth – the Sgt. Pepper… cover artist)
  • Pretty Green, Manchester. 30 September to 20 October. Private View Friday 30th September. 6-8pm (showing paintings by Brian Wilson & Band, Imagine Dragons, Wolf Alice, The Pretty Things, The Bootleg Beatles and The Right Hand Lovers)
  • Cass Art, Liverpool. 29 September to 30 October. (showing paintings by The Wombats and Circa Waves)

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