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Photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
Mounted photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
White framed photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
Black framed photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
White framed photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
Black framed photograph by Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
Black framed photograph held by the photographer, Richard Heeps. A close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim.
2 black framed photographs by Richard Heeps. The top one is a close up of Liberace's piano. This captures the black keys and the fall board which is decorated with crystals and red buttons spelling out Liberace in capitals. There are also 5 red and white metal soldiers positioned marching along the rim. The bottom one is a Chevy Bel Air which is central shot and off to the right are the pools and balcony of the Glass Pool Motel, Las Vegas.

Liberace's Piano III, Las Vegas, Nevada, 2001

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'Liberace's Piano III' photograph from Richard Heeps Dream in Colour series. Richard was invited to a private Las Vegas home to capture the piano decorated in crystals and red typography creating the archetypal Las Vegas glitzy artwork. 

This artwork is a limited edition gloss photographic print, presented in a museum board white window mount and a choice of black or white box frame made professionally in the UK, framed prints are dry-mounted to aluminium. It is signed and numbered on reverse accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. 

Handmade to order.

Sizes refer to image size, framing will increase the final size.

Sizes may vary slightly from image to image as we make each composition from the negative individually, either showing Richard's signature ragged edge (white border) as he prints full frame or showing the film rebate (black border) often showing the film make. Where the image size varies we adjust the window mount in order to maintain a frame size so like for like sizes can hang together.

 

Artwork Description 

Richard makes the c-type prints from negative in his own analogue colour darkroom in Cambridge. His paper of choice is Kodak Professional Endura Premier Gloss. When Richard has chosen to evolve the artwork, we work with Streamline Colour Lab. In our studio the print is dry-mounted to dibond which ensures a very flat image surface in both the short and long term. The prints are matted (window mounted) using a museum quality 100% cotton rag board especially manufactured to be compatible with the C-type archival Kodak photographic paper Richard uses. Richard does all mounting himself, using his precision engineering background to create the finished artwork. Eleanor fits the artworks to the frames. Traditionally photographic prints are signed and numbered on the back, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. They can be signed on the front of the mount by request. If you would like us to make a larger artwork that is possible, the sizes listed are the largest we can make in our darkroom but we can go larger with our printing partners so please get in touch to discuss it.

 

Framing Description

Our frames are hand-made in the UK by Menor Photographic Fine Art Printing & Framing Specialists in Hertfordshire. We offer a choice of black or white wooden box frames which have depth to suit the size of the picture, the artwork set back from the glass. Our black frames are made from matt ebony stained obeche, in which you can see the detail of the wood grain whereas our white frames are made from beech and the wood grain is not visible. The wood is sustainably forested for both variations of frame. Artglass AR 70™ is a premium anti-reflective glass used by the finest museums around the world. If you would like to present you artwork in another way, we offer the choice to buy an unframed print only and can advise you on other options or recommend reputable companies to carry out the work.