• Peter Anderson's signed limited edition photographs are made by Peter in his own darkroom.
  • Peter Anderson's signed limited edition photographs are made by Peter in his own darkroom.
  • Here's Paul Weller photographed by Peter Anderson in 1984 on the location of the Style Council's video for their fifth single, "My Ever Changing Moods." Peter Anderson's signed limited edition photographs are made by Peter in his own darkroom.
  • Limited edition of 75 + 7 artists proofs created from a traditional process in a mix of antique wood and movable type, each one individually numbered. Printed on Azure blue 270 gsm G.F Smith Colorplan paper. Paper size 40 x 64 cm / 15.75 x 25 inches.  The price is shown for an unframed print. We can organise framing – please ask for a quote for framing and delivery based on your location. There are no delivery charges in the UK for an unframed print.  Delivery charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • Mixed media piece cut from original Jam album, plus red and blue vinyl records. Each one is different, and individual albums will vary from piece to piece. Choose your favourite album if you like, or leave it to us. You can see Sound Affects and All Mod Cons here. Unique edition of 50, each piece signed and numbered by Keith Haynes. Standard version is presented in a 52cm x 52cm white wood frame, with a circular white mount. As an alternative, you can choose a black frame with a red circular mount. Price includes frame but not delivery. Please ask for a quote for delivery based on your location.
  • Mixed media: Original 7” and 12” Jam record sleeves. Unique edition of 5.
    Each one is different, and individual sleeves will vary from piece to piece. Framed size 95 cm x 95 cm, in white box frame. Price includes frame but not delivery. Please ask for a quote for delivery based on your location.
  • A dramatic portrait of Paul Weller by Pennie Smith, taken close to The Manor Studios, near Oxford, in 1995. Achieving the balance between the light on Paul's face and the dark outline of the ruins behind requires the supreme skill of a master black and white hand-printer. This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing.   
  • Paul Weller photographed behind Manor Studios, Oxford in 1995 by Pennie Smith. This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing. 
  • I read somewhere that this is Paul Weller’s favourite photograph of The Jam. Maybe that’s because it is just him and Bruce — or maybe it is because it is a truly great image. We call it “tripod” because Bruce and Paul seem to have fused into a rock-solid three-legged entity. One thing you may not notice at first - see how the shadows form edgy geometric shapes on the floor. Taken in 1978, this photograph appeared on the front cover of NME on 4 November of that year, under the headline “Jam today”.  This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing.
  • Paul Weller in cream trousers and corduroy overcoat photographed by Pennie Smith at the video shoot for “Funeral Pyre”. The filming took place at Horsell Common, near Woking in 1981.  This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing. 
  • What a treat to be able to offer Pennie Smith's photographs to our clients. I love this 1980 photograph of Paul Weller taken at The Town House studios, during the recording of my favourite Jam album, Sounds Affects. It plays a nice visual trick on the viewer. If you start at the top you would be forgiven for thinking that the moon is shining down on an outdoor scene—and the corrugated sheets in the background seem to confirm that thought. Then, once you see the floorboards and microphones you realise your first impressions were wrong. This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing.
  • Limited edition print, edition of 100, supplied framed and ready to hang. Framed dimensions 13 inches  x  17 inches / 33 x 43 cm Signed and numbered on the mount. Price includes UK delivery. Shipping charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • Limited edition print, edition of 100, supplied framed and ready to hang. Framed dimensions 13 inches  x  17 inches / 33 x 43 cm Signed and numbered on the mount. Price includes UK delivery. Shipping charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • Limited edition print, edition of 100, supplied framed and ready to hang. Framed dimensions 13 inches  x  17 inches / 33 x 43 cm Signed and numbered on the mount. Price includes UK delivery. Shipping charges apply outside the UK mainland.
  • Jamie Byrne: All Mod Cons

    £ 595£ 3,500
    For his incredible graphic novel album commissions, Jamie Byrne takes a favourite LP and represents each of the tracks in graphic novel style. Jamie will create a bespoke original commission for you, focusing on your album of choice, made with a 100 x 100 cm image size (or a smaller size of your choice to suit your space). Each original commission is made on high-gloss coated aluminium, framed in a tray frame without glazing, and signed and numbered 1/1 by Jamie on the reverse. Once an original is created, Jamie makes limited editions of 10 with a 50 x 50 cm / 20 x 20 inch (approx) image and 10 with a 75 x 75 cm / 30 x 30 inch (approx) image. The limited editions are archival pigment prints on paper, and can be supplied unframed or framed. Prices for the limited editions are shown without frames. Please ask for a quote if you would like us to arrange framing.
  • The Jam by Pennie Smith As a photographer you have to be in the right place at the right time. Then you need that blend of skill and luck. The result is this perfect composition. Paul Weller leans back and launches into one on his Rickenbacker. Bruce Foxton leaps so high that he reveals Rick Buckler on drums in the background. The best bit - look at how Bruce's legs form into a perfect 'A', synching with the logo behind. This is a silver gelatin photograph made in the darkroom from the original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing.
  • Early days—1977—and Pennie Smith captures The Jam in matching black suits, white shirts, black ties and black & white shoes. Three aliens from another time and place, dropped into a London street scene. Life goes on oblivious in the background, but something is starting….. and as a wise man once said: the kids want some action. Who can f****** blame them ? This silver gelatin photograph is made in the darkroom from Pennie Smith's original negative on 16 x 20 inch paper, and signed on the front under the image area by Pennie Smith. The image size is 11 x 16 inches approx. The price is shown for an unframed photograph - please ask if you require framing.
  • Olly Ball’s recollections of the session are fascinating:  “We shot the cover of Our Favourite Shop on a Sunday afternoon in London in April or May 1985, at Bow Street Studios in Covent Garden. I was based there for ten years.” “I wasn’t a rock photographer as such. I mostly shot magazine editorial in those days. I was offered the job because Simon Halfon, the designer, had seen some photos I’d shot for the Observer Magazine Living Extra. These were pictures of rooms based on a TV programme; so we’d have Jewel In The Crown on the TV and all the props and food would be Indian. The other themes were Dallas, Arena and The Tube.” “Most of the stuff in the shop belonged to Paul and Mick, but the snooker cue and George Best coat hanger are mine. Fran Crawley was the stylist and she supplied the counter, book-rack etc. The set was built by my assistant, and great friend, Ross Kerridge with Peter Chatterton. Paul and Mick dressed most of the set, but we were all involved, and I shot it on a Mamiya RB6x7 on a 90mm lens.” “I’m happy to say it went straight to number 1 in the album charts, but it remains the only album cover I ever shot.”
  • Are you coming to our Paul Weller exhibition - Didn't we Have a Nice Time - which starts on 25 May 2019 ? If so, and you would like to collect a framed example of Keith Haynes' new Spines #7 Paul Weller limited edition from the exhibition, then we are offering a special deal on framing for you. If you purchase a Spines #7 Paul Weller by 15 April, and order a frame here, we will have it framed and ready for you to collect by the time the exhibition starts on 25 May 2019. We use a white frame with window mount. You can see an example of the frame in the photograph alongside—albeit on a different print in the series. It should give you the idea of how it will look with the Weller Spines print. Usually this frame costs £ 200 but if you order a frame by 15 April 2019 we will reduce the price of the frame to £ 165. This offer only applies to purchases made by 15 April 2019 where you are collecting from the gallery on or after 25 May 2019 while the Didn't we Have a Nice Time exhibition is on. This link is to purchase the frame only - if you haven't purchased the print yet, this is the link to the print.  
  • In Spines #7 Paul Weller, Keith Haynes recreates the spines of fifty five 12-inch singles and albums by The Jam, The Style Council and Paul Weller. This is not a photograph – it is a drawing that Keith makes from scratch, painstakingly recreating and combining each spine into the overall artwork. There are two versions of Spines #7 Paul Weller: a smaller version with a 50 x 50 cm image printed on 66 x 66 cm paper, which can be supplied framed or unframed. The second option is a larger 90 x 90 cm image size, face mounted in 90 x 90 cm perspex (in effect a frameless frame, with no border around the image) and supplied with a subframe ready to hang.
  • Limited edition print, edition of 100, supplied framed and ready to hang. Framed dimensions 13 inches  x  17 inches / 33 x 43 cm Signed and numbered on the mount. Price includes UK delivery. Shipping charges apply outside the UK mainland.
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