John Lennon (1940-1980) Lennon created a series of drawings depicting scenes from his and Yoko Ono's wedding and honeymoon. He gave them to her as a wedding present in 1969. The next year, a series of fourteen lithographs were created based on the original drawings and exhibited in New York and London. Placed inside a vinyl case called,"Bag One" the portfolios were sold through art galleries. Eight of the prints were quite erotic in nature and Scotland Yard confiscated them as pornography, a charge that was later dropped. This lithograph, called "Erotic 2," (Yoko Alone) is from the program of the exhibit held at the Lee Nordness Gallery in New York in 1970. On the reverse is another of Lennon's drawings, Erotic Fellatio. Enclosed in a floating frame to showcase both works of art. Ships free to U.S. address.