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Stuart Sutcliffe

The Beatles’ first bassist who was simply credited, along with John Lennon, with creating the band’s name. He also pursued a single career and qualified as an abstract expressionist painter. He fulfilled John Lennon through a shared friend of theirs and tutored him in artwork. He went to Liverpool University of Artwork. He was also a visible artist who experienced a few of his paintings on screen in the Walker MEMORIAL in Liverpool. He was involved to professional photographer Astrid Kirchherr. He and George Harrison had been both members from the Beatles.

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