Paul and John 2


Print of a photograph by the late Eric Weill is copyright Ethan Byxbe and it is sold as a physical object only, no right of reproduction, copying, scanning or other form of duplication or distribution is authorized. Any such action is in violation of copyright and the copyright proprietor reserves all enforcement rights including statutory damages and attorney’s fees as provides by law.

This portrait of Paul and John was photographed by Eric Weill during the Beatles last public concert in S.F.‘s Candlestick Park on August 29, 1966. It has rarely been seen and very few prints of this image exist.

Prints are made with archival inks on very high quality printmaking paper. Under normal room light they have a 100-200 year life expectancy, They are shipped in a sturdy tube and are guaranteed. If you decide not to keep a print, you can return it within two weeks (in salable condition) and we will refund your purchase price. The print images fit within the paper size on the paypal button so there is a half inch border of white on the tightest edges. This area would be under the mat when it is framed, so the print lays flat. Eric’s nephew, Ethan Byxbe, a musician himself, owns the copyright. Of course, the copyright type on the web image will not be on the finished prints.