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The Woodstock Music and Arts Festival is legendary. It represented the peak of the 1960's music scene. In many ways it also signified the end of the era. The poster for the event is iconic and deserves a place in every collection. The artist Arnold Skolnick signed a small edition from a stack of unused posters. This signed print is #13/144.
Woodstock was a notorious Grateful Dead performance. They were a band that rarely came through when faced with great expectation and hype. At Woodstock they had to play during the rain and were getting shocked by a poorly grounded set up. As a result Bob Weir was having a bad trip. It did not go well for the band that night.
Poster – Woodstock Music and Art Fair Yasgur’s Farm
Grade – PAE Graded Near Mint 85
Bands/Bill – Joan Baez Crosby Stills and Nash Jefferson Airplane Hendrix Santana Ten Years After The Who The Band Iron Butterfly Mountain Arlo Guthrie Richie Havens Canned Heat Creedence Clearwater Grateful Dead Janis Joplin
Venue – Yasgur’s Farm
City – White Lake NY
Date – 8/15-17/69
Dimensions – 24”x 36 25/32”
Printing – OP-1 Original Printing
Artist – Arnold Skolnick signed
Series/Promoter – Michael Lang and others
Paper Type – Thin glossy
Condition Details- Horizontal crease just below “White Lake New York” lightly faded an area of missing ink from the printing process just to the left of the art show text framers tape on the reverse top and bottom edges and on the top right and left reverse edges small tape pull on the reverse.
This poster has a reserve. The bids will appear in “RED “ until the Reserve is met."