The Rolling Stones, Aftermath, 1965 by Guy Webster

guy WEBSTER_The Rolling Stones_Aftermath.jpg
guy WEBSTER_The Rolling Stones_Aftermath.jpg

The Rolling Stones, Aftermath, 1965 by Guy Webster

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The Rolling Stones photographed in Guy Webster studio in Beverly Hills in 1965. 

This Shot was used for the album cover of "Aftermath" worldwide except  for the US, released in April, 1966.

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Framed print prices are for a 1" black frame with white matting. Upgraded Archival Framing includes UV protected glass (sometimes referred to as museum grade) and thicker, acid-free matting. For prints over 20”x30”, additional options and custom framing, please contact us!

Guy Webster is known as one of the early innovators of rock and roll photography. His work has spanned the worlds of music, film and politics during his fifty year career. In the 1960s, Webster shot almost every band that came through Los Angeles, eventually branching out to photograph actors, composers, writers, athletes, directors and even Presidents Reagan and Clinton. Webster shot album covers and billboards for numerous groups, including The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, and The Doors. He worked as the primary celebrity photographer for hundreds of magazines worldwide and captured a vast range of talent. A collection of his historic works was published as the book Big Shots in 2014.