Elvis Presley (1935 – 1977) performs on the opening night of his comeback engagement at The International Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada on July 31, 1969. Elvis had taken an 8 year hiatus from live concert performances, to focus on recording and movie making.
The showroom was daunting: twice as large as any other venue in Las Vegas, with room for 2,000 people. The opening-night audience was filled with Hollywood stars, Vegas entertainers and assorted high rollers, along with rock critics and entertainment reporters from around the country. He performed 57 shows there, usually two a day, between July 31 and August 28, at the newly opened hotel. It is said that this engagement not only restarted his career, but also began the transformation of Las Vegas nightlife.
Terry O'Neill offered a wide variety of signed, limited edition, fine art photographs during his lifetime. When he passed away, he left a small archive of these pieces that had been prepared for exhibition and sale. These "Lifetime" photographs are now extraordinarily rare, and available only in very limited sizes.
Estate-Stamped limited edition photographs are available in select sizes. PLEASE NOTE: Estate editions are offered only in the case that the original signed editions of 50 in a particular size had not already sold out. The existing editions of 50 will be continued as “Estate Editions” until they are gone.
This piece may be available as a signed piece, please contact us for details!
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Estate photographs are printed to order in the UK so please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery. Each Estate photograph will bear a digital facsimile of Terry's signature on the front (lower right) along with the edition number and and estate stamp on the reverse.
Buyers will receive a certificate of authenticity following delivery of their artwork.