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Graham Nash - Our House 2nd Edition
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Artist: Manuscript Originals - Graham Nash
Image Medium: Ltd.-edition digital print on paper
Image Dimensions: approx. 28cm x 35.6cm
Art work Description:
A limited edition, high-quality reproduction of the handwritten lyric, produced through Nash Edition's prestigious digital scanning and printing process on museum-quality, 11" x 14," acid free archival paper. The photograph of Joni Mitchell used as the background was taken by Graham Nash. This original for this piece was authentically handwritten, illustrated and signed by Graham Nash and each print in this new Signature Edition (of 1000 reproductions) is authentically hand-signed in silver ink by the artist. Unmatted/unframed. OUR HOUSE written by Graham Nash, was recorded by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young for Atlantic Records in 1970. It climbed the music charts for six weeks and peaked at # 30 on the Billboard Hot 100. Graham Nash, co-founder of The Hollies in 1962, had a string of Top 40 hits with the group. After moving to the United States, he co-founded the folk/rock group Crosby, Stills, & Nash in 1968. Crosby, Stills & Nash was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997.

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