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The Beatles get a Haircut limited edition screenprint by Pete McKee

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Interesting see Pete McKee's rise and rise, with his work now regularly appearing in exhibitions and indeed, rising in price. His latest exhibition is Great Moments in Popular Music at Snap Galleries, Piccadilly Arcade in London, with one of the works on display is this The Beatles get a Haircut limited edition screenprint by Pete McKee, which you can pre-order now.

The exhibition consists of 26 original original paintings and 10 ink sketches, and features a diverse range of musicians from blues legend Robert Johnson onwards. This one, of course, is The Beatles' transition from 'from rockers to mockers', courtesy of a trip to the barbers.

It is made in a limited edition of 75, each one signed and numbered on the front under the image area and printed onto on 50x70cm (19×27 inch) paper. The launch price is £395.

Find out more at the Snap Galleries website

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