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"Little Girl on the Beach" was an iconic image seen everywhere in the '60s. In 1965, the Bay Area Photographers chose the children's alphabet as its subject for the San Francisco Art Festival. This photo, taken by John Pearson of his then four-year old daughter Karen, was chosen to represent "J for Joy" in the festival and became Pearson's best known photograph. The photo was also chosen for the cover of a 1966 book "Born to Win: Transactional Analysis With Gestalt Experiments" by Muriel James and Dorothy Jongeward, which went on to sell 4 million copies. Long out of print, this poster is available once again to the general public and we are ecstatic to be the exclusive distributor of this amazing image. Read more about the history of this image.
Photographer: John Pearson
Poster Size: 21 1/4" x 18"
Poster Type: offset litho printed on 100lb cover.
This poster is packaged flat and shipped via USPS Priority Mail.
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