This is an exclusive Norman Seeff print of Blondie at the Chelsea Hotel in New York in 1979.

New wave rock band co-founded by singer Debbie harry and guitarist Chris stein. They were pioneers on the American punk and new wave scene of the mid-1070's in New York. While they began as underground artists, the group has received worldwide recognition, has sold 40 million records and was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2006.

Artist works start at $3,000

Call Studio for pricing: 818.584.5343 

Blondie - Norman Seeff, New York 1979 Chelsea Hotel Color

New York, 1979
$2,500.00 Regular price

Print: 10/50

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This is an exclusive Norman Seeff print of Blondie at the Chelsea Hotel in New York in 1979.

New wave rock band co-founded by singer Debbie harry and guitarist Chris stein. They were pioneers on the American punk and new wave scene of the mid-1070's in New York. While they began as underground artists, the group has received worldwide recognition, has sold 40 million records and was inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in 2006.

Artist works start at $3,000

Call Studio for pricing: 818.584.5343 

Delivery time: 2-4 weeks
 

A consultant will contact you within 24 hours to confirm order availability and print number

 

Each edition contains 50 prints and each print is signed and numbered by Norman.

 Limited edition prints of Norman Seeff's classic images are produced under his supervision at his studio in Burbank, California. These are archival pigment prints produced from the original drum-scanned negatives with Epson Ultrachrome K3 pigment inks on MOAB Entrada Rag Natural, an acid-free, 100% cotton rag art paper with no OBA's (Optical Brightening Agents).


 

You can add framing to your print purchase if needed, or simply order the print unframed. Please select “YES” on the framing dropdown box if you wish to purchase the print with framing and the price will automatically adjust accordingly.

 

Our framing service is provided by a reputable, local professional custom framer here in Los Angeles. Prints are framed in a classic museum-style frame using archival techniques. This consists of a 3" white matt (4” on the biggest size), plain black wood surround, and conservation clear, UV protected glass. Click HERE to view a sample.