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Allen Ginsberg  ‘Francesco Clemente looking over hand-script album with new poem I’d written out for his Blake-inspired watercolor illuminations…Manhattan, October 1984…’  1984  gelatin silver print  image: 40.4 x 27 cm (15 7/8 x 10 5/8 in)  sheet: 50.5 x 40.5 cm (19 7/8 x 15 15/16 in)  National Gallery of Art, Gift of Gary S. Davis

Allen Ginsberg ‘Francesco Clemente looking over hand-script album with new poem I’d written out for his Blake-inspired watercolor illuminations…Manhattan, October 1984…’ 1984 gelatin silver print image: 40.4 x 27 cm (15 7/8 x 10 5/8 in) sheet: 50.5 x 40.5 cm (19 7/8 x 15 15/16 in) National Gallery of Art, Gift of Gary S. Davis

This is my favorite portrait of Jack Kerouac taken by Allen Ginsberg. listal.com

Allen Ginsberg’s Hand-Annotated Photos of the Beat Generation

This is my favorite portrait of Jack Kerouac taken by Allen Ginsberg. listal.com

Dylan and beat poet Allen Ginsberg sitting at Jack Kerouac’s grave during the Rolling Thunder tour.

Photo Book Shows a New Side of Rock Legends

Dylan and beat poet Allen Ginsberg sitting at Jack Kerouac’s grave during the Rolling Thunder tour.

The Poets (Allen Ginsberg, Robbie Robertson, Michael McClure, and Bob Dylan) in the alley next to City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco, 1965

The Poets (Allen Ginsberg, Robbie Robertson, Michael McClure, and Bob Dylan) in the alley next to City Lights Bookstore, San Francisco, 1965

Bob Dylan talks with Allen Ginsberg at his Woodstock home in 1964.

Photos: Bob Dylan Captured at Home and on the Scene

Bob Dylan talks with Allen Ginsberg at his Woodstock home in 1964.

Jack Kerouac and Allen Ginsberg, 1959

Allen Ginsberg and Jack Kerouac

Edie 'poor little rich girl' Sedgwick. Edie was born into a prominent Boston family and escaped to NYC where she met Andy Warhol and became a Superstar. Like many in Warhols entourage, she was a brilliant artist who was too edgy to fit into mainstream society.

Edie 'poor little rich girl' Sedgwick. Edie was born into a prominent Boston family and escaped to NYC where she met Andy Warhol and became a Superstar. Like many in Warhols entourage, she was a brilliant artist who was too edgy to fit into mainstream society.

Roslyn Bernstein: The Photography of Allen Ginsberg - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics

Roslyn Bernstein: The Photography of Allen Ginsberg - Guernica / A Magazine of Art & Politics

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