Elvis Kneeling at The Mosque, 1956
© Alfred Wertheimer / MUUS Collection

Elvis Kneeling at The Mosque, 1956

By Alfred Wertheimer
About the image
Elvis, kneeling in front of the footlights, sings to his 3,000 mostly female teenage fans, who are delighted by his presence and his music. He leaves them in tears of joy. Mosque Theater, Richmond VA, June 30, 1956.

Release Notes:
Alfred Wertheimer printed and sold his original museum-quality photographs for many years until his death in 2014. He left a small archive of photographs in a variety of sizes (8" x 10" sheet size to 20" x 24" sheet size) which are now available here for purchase. Supplies are extremely limited.

Collector's Notes:
All available works were printed during the artist’s lifetime, there are no posthumous prints. Both signed and unsigned examples may be available. Each piece is uniquely marked with annotations, stamps, and signatures.

Prices on Wertheimer archive photographs start at $3,000 (unsigned) and vary depending on the image in question, size, condition, and signature status.

Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their artwork.

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