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January 08, 2010

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Msirismg

Ralph Wolfe Cowan did some of the first album covers of singer Johnny Mathis in the 1950s

phil janes

i love the elvis art an my question is how can i get a print of any size of '' one life: echoes of elvis'' ?? thank you

National Portrait Gallery

Phil,
Thank you for your comment. We do not offer prints for the works in “One Life: Echoes of Elvis.” However there is a catalog for our upcoming exhibit “Elvis at 21” which you might find of interest: http://welcomebooks.com/index.php?main_page=product_book_info&cPath=21&products_id=126

This exhibition of photographs by Alfred Wertheimer will be on view at the National Portrait Gallery from October 30, 2010 to January 23, 2011.

eugene

Wow! Ive been a fan since grade school! Elvis rocks!

Oleg

Elvis - what is the secret to his attraction? Is it possible to comprehend? He looks so alive on these posters.

maria   owen

Love all the paintings l have seen of raph wolfe Cowen and it would be wonderful to be able to buy prints of any of his Elvis pictures ..Llove ELVIS always and forever ..
lf l won the lottery l would love the painting ralph did called elvis coming home my favourtie ....
as l am in UK cannot attend the exhibition but good luck and it looks wonderful TCE Maria

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