LOUIS SIDOLI - MOST WANTED ELVIS OLIVE
By 1956 Elvis was already a global superstar, but like all young American men at that time he was required to do National Service. Although he was offered the chance to enlist in special services to entertain troops, he chose to serve as a regular soldier, which earned him respect in the public eye. He started his active duty on 24th March 1958 and after training at Fort Hood, he was then based in West Germany. The mugshot used to create this limited edition was his de-mob photo taken shortly before he was discharged on March 5th 1960.
This incredible piece is float mounted in a white maple frame
- Available in Gallery
- Brushed Aluminium with High Gloss Finish
- Size: 28" x 28"
- Edition of 10
- Signed by the artist
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All orders are eligible for a refund up to seven days after the customer receives the artwork.
Exchanges can be made up to 14 days of receiving the artwork. Exchanges must be to the value of the original order or above.
Artwork which is purchased in the Sale is eligible for a refund, but please note that Sale artwork is ‘sold as seen’.
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