Fairport Convention by Gregory Irons


Category A: mint / as perfect as vintage can be

Artist: Gregory Irons

Title: Fairport Convention

Published by: OSIRIS Agency Ltd

Printed by: TSR London

Number: OA 129

Year: 1968

Size: 49,2 x 75 cm

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Fairport Convention by Gregory Irons. The silkscreen lithograph Fairport Convention by Gregory Irons was published by Osiris Visions Ltd. in 1968. Combining great artists from that time Osiris Visions was a pioneer in the lithography of psychedelic, fashion, music, and hippie movement during the 1960’s. Great Artists like Michael English, Des Dale, Hapsash and the Colored Coat, LOON Bobby Davidson & Des Dale, just to name a few.

Gregory Rodman Irons was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1947. He was self-taught as an artist, being influenced by early MAD pocket books. He moved to San Francisco in 1967, where he started out doing a series of posters for the Fillmore Auditorium. Through Bill Graham Productions, he has done poster art for bands such as Moby Grape, Jefferson Airplane, CSNY and Santana. He then moved to London, England where he stayed until 1969, working on the classic Beatles animation ‘Yellow Submarine’ (1968) by George Dunning, starring The Beatles and based on designs by Heinz Edelman. (read more)

This Lithograph is category A. It still may have tiny irritations (the beauty of original vintage), wich can be seen on the high res. pop-up image of the product. It is in very good shape. We do not do any kind of restoration to our original vintage products. It took a long time (over twenty years) for them to become vintage. Any form of restoration or linen backing should be decided by the new owner.