The Doors Photographs

While the Los Angeles-formed band fronted and founded by Jim Morrison takes its names from The Doors of Perception by philosopher Aldous Huxley, The Doors also behold a special place within Morrison Hotel Gallery beyond self-evident namesake. Just four years after their 1965 formation, MHG founding photographer Henry Diltz had the pleasure of lensing the now-consecrated cover of Morrison Hotel,  the group's fifth studio album featuring hits like "Roadhouse Blues", "Waiting for the Sun" and "Indian Summer" just to name a few. Equally chock full of classics is this special collection of photographs from the archives which includes the iconic portraits, performance shots, candids and album covers lensed by Diltz, Joel Brodsky and more which may all be purchased through our complimentary online concierge service and/or your nearest Morrison Hotel Gallery location as limited edition fine art prints. 


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