Special Edition

Henry Diltz - Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970, Colourised & Co-signed Print

Colourised & Co-signed, Limited Edition Print
$12,000.00

Limited Edition of 12 Prints

Joni Mitchell, Our House, Laurel Canyon, 1970 by Henry Diltz
Unframed size : 24" x 36"
Custom colourised & co-signed limited edition

Printed on Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm from the original negative. Each edition is uniquely hand-signed by Henry Diltz and Joni Mitchell.

Edition of 12 Unframed.


More info

Size : 24 inch x 36 inch
Material : Premium Canson Infinity Arches Aquarelle Rag 310gsm
Co-signed by Henry Diltz x Joni Mitchell

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We donate 10% of all sales from this print edition to MusiCares. MusiCares helps the humans behind music because music gives so much to the world. Offering preventive, emergency, and recovery programs, MusiCares is a safety net supporting the health and welfare of the music community. 

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When Henry Met

Joni Mitchell

"I got to know Joni Mitchell when David Crosby brought her to Mama Cass' house for a picnic in 1968.

She played her first album sitting on the grass, under the trees, while we all listened in amazement. Since that day, I've photographed her many times.

My favorite pictures of her are when she was looking out the window of her house in Laurel Canyon ...sometimes referred to as "Our House," after Graham Nash wrote the song about living there together with "two cats in the yard."

Joni Mitchell is the songbird of our generation and a true "Lady of the Canyon.""