To commemorate the fifth anniversary of Indian Larry’s untimely death, internationally acclaimed portrait photographer Tom Zimberoff has announced the availability of three sets of original, museum-quality prints memorializing Larry’s legendary pose atop his bobber “Grease Monkey.”
These are not cheap copies of a photograph but the real deal, each one a museum-quality original, affordably priced. Available directly from the artist, each beautifully rich and highly-detailed print is dated on the reverse and signed on the obverse; mounted in an acid-free, hinged archival matte, and ready to frame in three different sizes: 11″ x 14″ matte @$150 (image size: 8″ x 12″), 16″ x 20″ matte @$450 (image size: 11″ x 15″), 20″ x 28″ matte @$950 (image size: 16″ x 24″). Prices incl.ude $15 Shipping & Handling to continental USA. For payment, send either a check or a money order payable to Tom Zimberoff may be sent to: Art of the Chopper, 1364 45th Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94122. Tom Zimberoff Photowork Shop. (picture is cropped from its original for layout reason)
Zimberoff was born in Los Angeles in 1951. He was raised there and in Las Vegas, Nevada. As one of today’s master portrait artists, Zimberoff’s works are included in the collections of the National Portrait Gallery in London, the Israel Museum in Tel-Aviv, the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Oakland Museum of California, the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Canton Art Institute in Ohio, as well as several corporate collections and university libraries. A permanent exhibition of his portraits of fifty-two symphony orchestra conductors (Maestro!) is a feature at the San Francisco Performing Arts Library & Museum. His first two portrait subjects were Marx and Lennon—that’s Groucho and John. After a ten-year-long hiatus from shooting pictures to pursue other business and academic interests, Zimberoff picked up his cameras once again to illustrate his best-selling book, “Art of the Chopper” (Bulfinch Press), a tribute to his decades-long affinity for custom motorcycles. A second volume was published after its success. Recently he curated an exhibition of his photographs with thirty custom motorcycles at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.The exhibition also appeared at the Appleton Museum of Art in Ocala, FLorida.