1977 Elvis Presley Litho by Glen Fortune Banse
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This is an original 22"x18" lithograph of the pencil drawing of Elvis Presley and signed by Glen Fortune Banse in 1977. It shows Elvis in five different poses. It is printed on what appears to be mat board and backed by another layer of mat board. I haven't seen this litho in this size anywhere. Glen Fortune Banse (aka Lanse and Wayne Howell) was born in Camden, New Jersey in 1948. He attended Ottawa University, Kansas State and New School for Social Research in New York City. Since 1975, Glen has been art director for a leading publisher of fine art lithographs and prints. As such, he has personally instructed artists such as Peter Max, Yanni Posnakoff, William Nelson (official artist of the 1976 Olympic Games), and the world-famous Mr. Blackwell of the Hollywood's 10 Worst Dressed List presented each year. Banse was also personal assistant to Buffalo Bob Smith of Howdy Doody Fame. PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL ME ABOUT MY OPINION OF ANY PICTURE YOU MIGHT HAVE. I AM NOT AN EXPERT, NOR AM I INTERESTED IN PURCHASING YOUR PICTURE.
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- Width: 18 inches
- Height: 22 inches
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