John Lennon New Releases
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"Happy Life" - NEW!

Hand-printed from John's original 1978 drawing celebrating his joy in being a father and husband. This serigraph measures 9" x 12."
"Forever Love" - NEW!

From a 1969 drawing celebrating John and Yoko's commitment to one another, measures 11" x 15."
"Let's Have A Dream" - NEW!

From the Lennon family's trip to Japan in 1977, measures 15" x 22." Each hand-pulled serigraph is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325 worldwide.
"On Cloud Nine"

This playful drawing captures the Lennon's in a happy moment "on cloud nine." It is the only drawing of John's to feature his acoustic guitar that has ever been released, and is limited to just 300 plus Artist Proofs, each individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon. The image size is 15" x 20" and it is 21" x 26" in our standard archival framing.
"Give Me Some Truth"

Serigraphed from the hand written lyric sheet in an editions of 1,00 plus 75 proofs, the lyrics from the 1971 song that appeared on the "Imagine" LP.
"Dream Power"

This early 70's drawing has been serigraphed into a beautiful and peaceful print that measures 20" x 24" in an edition of 300 plus artist proofs, each individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.
"Family of Peace"

Serigraphed from the 1977 drawing done by John of his family in Japan, this edition of 300 plus artist proofs is hand-printed on handmade Japanese paper.
"Love Is The Answer"
"Life's Karmic Wheel"
"Turn Left For Peace"
"Consult the Stars"

A unique combination of Lennon drawings from 1978 coupled with a quote from one of his best selling books, this series reflects John's signature sense of humor.

Offered in a limited edition of 300 plus 25 artist proofs, each signed by Yoko Ono Lennon. Each image is 14" x 21".
"Give Peace A Chance"

Serigraphed from the hand written lyric sheet that John created for the live recording of the song at the Montreal "Bed In For Peace" in 1969. The original recently sold at auction for $700,000, and this edition is limited to 1,000 numbered with 50 Artist Proofs.
"United We Stand"

This sunny drawing of John & Yoko floating in the clouds reflects their positivity as a couple and as spokespeople for a generation.

The limited edition serigraph is presented on handmade 9" x 11" paper in an edition of 325, each individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.
"Land of Milk & Honey"

This unique drawing captures Lennon's love of his adopted home, New York City. With its famous skyline and Statue of Liberty outlined by bright red pair of lips, "Land of Milk & Honey" is John's valentine to New York.

Each hand pulled serigraph measures 22" x 30" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325.
"Come Together"
"Lennon"

Two new releases from the John Lennon Estate display John’s artistic brilliance at capturing meaning with a minimum of lines.

"Come Together" is a plea for world peace and understanding using the unique whimsical characters that Lennon drew throughout his life.

Each hand pulled serigraph measures 20" x 22" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon and limited to an edition of 375 worldwide.

"Lennon" features nine self portraits that John drew in 1969 and relates to the nine actors that portrayed Lennon onstage in the recent Broadway musical, "Lennon."

Each hand pulled serigraph measures 25" x 22" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 1,075 worldwide.
"War Is Over (If You Want It)"

This historic yet timely drawing dramatizes Lennon's passion for peace, and the multi-media protest against war that he and Yoko orchestrated.

Each hand pulled serigraph measures 22" x 15" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 375.
"Imagine Peace"

This beautiful drawing captures the Lennons in a happy moment of optimism. Originally drawn by John in Japan in 1977 with sumi ink brush, "Imagine Peace" is now available in an edition of 325 on handmade Japanese paper measuring 10" x 12"; each individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.
"Happy Christmas"

This special Holiday release of the hand written lyrics to one of Lennon's most poignant songs is now available in a unique oversized limited edition.

Each serigraph measures 10" x 20" unframed and is individually numbered and hand printed in an edition of 1,075 worldwide.
"Jock and Yono"

This playful double portrait mixes the features of the Lennons, showing how interconnected John felt with Yoko and the joy they had together.

Each hand pulled serigraph measures 11" x 15" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325 worldwide; printed on a delicate hand made paper from Japan.
"Double Fantasy"
"Starting Over"

Two new beautiful drawings capture the essence of the relationship of the Lennons: one in a passionate embrace, and the other in a relaxed moment while visiting Japan.

Originally drawn by John with bold, expressive strokes, each limited edition serigraph is hand printed on delicate textured paper and individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325.

"Double Fantasy" measures 13" x 25" unframed, and "Starting Over" is 15" x 16". They can be purchased individually or as a suite.
"Drive My Car"
"When I Get Home"
"Working Class Hero"
"Instant Karma"

Available for the first time are four new serigraphs of hand written lyric sheets by John Lennon. Each edition is limited to 1,075 worldwide and comes with a certificate of autheticity from the Lennon Estate.

The new songs are: "Drive My Car" from Rubber Soul, "When I Get Home" from A Hard Days Night, "Working Class Hero" from Plastic Ono Band, and "Instant Karma" 1970 single.

Please click here for lyric pricing information.
"You Are Here"

A dramatic self-portrait that beautifully expresses John's unity with Yoko in an exciting time for the world's most famous couple.

Originally drawn at the time of the "Bag One" portfolio, but never released until now, this large hand pulled serigraph is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325 worldwide. Hand printed on archival paper measuring 22" x 30", this iconic image captures the energy and emotion of 1969.
"Imagine"

For the first time ever, the original hand written lyric sheet to John Lennon's most meaningful and optimistic song, is available as a fine art limited edition serigraph.

This historic document had been missing for twenty years and was recently loaned to the Lennon Estate to be displayed in the new Lennon Art Museum outside Tokyo; and to be silk-screened in this one time only edition of 1,075.

The lyrics are printed on archival paper which measures 13" x 18" and are available unframed or with beautiful custom framing.

Please click here for lyric pricing information.
"Daydream"

This beautiful drawing captures Lennon in a peaceful moment of tranquillity. Originally drawn by John with sumi ink brush in Japan, "Daydream" is now available as a limited edition copper etching.

Each hand-pulled etching measures 20" x 22" and is individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325 worldwide.
"Real Love"

Twenty-four new editions from John Lennon's new book of drawings released by Random House. These unique playful and colorful drawings were drawn for John's son, Sean, to share with him the fun of drawing and creating.

Each is available in an edition of 325, signed individually by Yoko Ono Lennon. The image size is 10" x 12", and serigraphs are available.

The twenty-four drawings are "A Cat Purring", "A Horse Laughing", "A Herd Moving", "An Elephant Forgetting", "A Frog Marching", "Friends", "A Walrus Wading", "A Monkey Chattering", "A Small Pig Is A Happy Pig", "An Owl Hooting", "A Bird Bath", "A Cat Climbing", "A Pigeon Homing", "Collieflower", "Crabs Crabbing", "Fish Winking", "A Bird Dreaming", "Git Along Little Dowgie", "Kangaroos Crossing", "Puppy Love", "The Big Dog Frightens", "The Camel Dances", "Sheep Meadowing", "An Elephant Counting", "A Cat Napping".
"Nishi Photographic Portrait Suite"

Four different color variations of a beautiful portrait taken of John in Japan in 1977 by famed photographer Nishi. The glasses, tie, and hat band are each hand colored in the screen by Yoko Ono Lennon. The four colors offered are Red, Blue, Green, and Orange. The serigraphs measure 13" x 20" - each are sold as a suite with matching numbers. Individual prints are available. Each unframed version subject to availability. Standard framing is offered through the gallery. (Please call for pricing information).

The edition size is 325 worldwide, and each serigraph is signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.
"Poet (Shijin)"
"Musician (Ongakuku)"

These playful drawings illustrate the Japanese words for Poet and Musician in John Lennon's distinctive line drawings. Released together as a suite, but available individually, "Poet" and "Musician" were drawn in Japan in 1977 as John taught himself the language by illustrating words that were important to him.

These limited edition serigraphs are available in an edition of 325 each, either individually or as suites with matching numbers. Each serigraph is hand-signed by Yoko Ono Lennon and measures 11" X 15".

Museum quality framing is available. The edition size is 325 worldwide, and each serigraph is signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.
"Number 9 Dream"

Amid the solitude of a dreamlike landscape, John rests his head on Yoko's lap. "Dream, dream away, magic in the air, was magic in the air?"

This whimsical 1979 sketch is available in a limited edition serigraph edition of 325, each individually signed by Yoko Ono, with a paper size of 15" x 22".

Museum quality framing is available.
"Afternoon Tea"

Drawn at an exciting an optimistic time in John's life as he prepared to return to public life, this sketch reflects the clarity he felt after years of searching for answers.

Hand signed by Yoko Ono Lennon in an edition of 325, "At Last He Could See The Mountains" measures 15" x 22".

Museum quality framing is available through the gallery.
"Steel And Glass"

Drawn as an entry in John's Japanese dictionary, this whimsical sketch displays Lennon's impression of Tokyo."

This hand pulled serigraph is an edition of 325, measuring 11" x 15" and individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.

Museum quality framing is available through the gallery.
"At Last He Could See The Mountains"

Drawn in Japan in 1977, this happily whimsical scene of John, Yoko, and Sean enjoying "afternoon tea" is now available in a limited edition serigraph, hand printed on Japanese Shinkishi calligraphy board flecked with silver and bordered in gold trim. The inscription on the drawing translates to "The Lennon-Onos, Let's Make A Dream."

The print measures 9.5" x 10.5" and is limited to an edition of 325 worldwide, each one individually signed by Yoko Ono Lennon.

Museum quality framing is available through the gallery.