The portrait of Elvis Presley
By Danish portrait painter Peter Simonsen (PS)
The portrait of Elvis Aaron Presley entitled "The King" was painted by Danish portrait painter Peter Simonsen in 2017. The painting was the main artwork of the portrait exhibition 'A Tribute to the Music - Vol. 1' at PS Art Gallery in Aarhus, Denmark.
- The exhibition 'A Tribute to the Music - Vol. 1' was my personal tribute to some of the singers, musicians and composers I have listened to in my life. Music has always been and still is a part of my life. It started in my early youth in the late 60’s ... and started with one of my very first singles with Elvis, artist Peter Simonsen tells.
- The creative inspiration came from my memory of Elvis and the famous 'Aloha from Hawaii' concert which was broadcast live via satellite in 1973. I saw the concert on the tv set. I was 15 years old at that time.
Title: 'The King'
Acrylics on stretched canvas.
Size: 120 x 160 cm
Artist: Peter Simonsen (DK)
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Portrait of Elvis Aaron Presley. The painting is titled 'The King' and painted by Danish portrait painter Peter Simonsen (PS) in 2017. Acrylics on stretched canvas. Size: 120 x 160 cm.
The portrait of Elvis was revealed by Elvis impersonator Mike Colin Andersen who performed at the Vernissage on March 2nd 2017.
Peter Simonsen's Elvis portrait called 'The King' is displayed at PS Art Gallery. The painting measures 120 by 160 cm.
The painting 'The King' is exhibited at:
PS Art Gallery
8000 Aarhus C
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