Roger Moore Reunion Party Art Print
"Roger Moore's Bond having a grand reunion party with all the villains from the Moore era. They're all on surprisingly good terms about the whole thing. Blofeld is doing the catering from his delicatessen in stainless steel"
As requested by Josman Tickle
- Giclée archival quality print on 310GSM Textured Fine Art Stock
- Hand embossed for authenticity
- Damage proof packaging
- Available as a print only or pre-framed in a lightweight premium black frame with perspex front
All Art Prints are made to order, just for you. On larger prints this can mean that this takes an extra day to dry before we send it out to you, but this prevent the print from 'rippling' during delivery. This means that the next day delivery option on large prints is from the date of dispatch, not the order date.
Great work as always, love this and it will go very well with the "Tennish" one too.
Had my eye on this for a while but it was not in print but ordered it as soon as it was available again. The only bit that is missing is that there is no Stromberg from 'The Spy Who Loved me'. Perhaps in another version, Stromberg should replace Blofeld as Roger Moore never really came up against Blofeld apart from For Your Eyes Only (although he wasn't credited due to copyright issues). That said, it still looks great! Also just ordered the two Jim'll Paint It books....
Valued in excess of £50 The Roger Moore Reunion Party Art Print, perhaps the greatest treasure of Renaissance art, is one of many masterpieces of High Renaissance painting housed in Glendale Road Middlesbrough. The painting is known to " Boro Lads " as Jim Bobs Reunion Party. The work is arguably the finest ever example of Craic art, and one of the greatest Renaissance paintings of the 20th century.
Despite being the most famous art spectacle in Glendale Road, Jim Bobs reunion party is of course the most famous piece ever to grace the walls of Mr McGees Bedroom. Jim Bob employed musicians and troubadours to keep the throng amused, which might explain his enigmatic smile. As usual, McGee procrastinated endlessly over the painting - notably the position of the subject's chuff.
Sadly, Jim Bobs Reunion Party has become so famous and so valuable that it is almost impossible to catch more than a quick glimpse of her, as she sits inscrutably in the chateau of Glendale Road behind the non-reflective glass of her temperature-controlled security box.
This is the most valuable piece of art work available today in MIddlesbrough.