Scarface

Hand-Painted Mansion Portrait of Tony Montana (Al Pacino) and Elvira Hancock (Michelle Pfeifer)

Stock #81638

A hand-painted portrait of Tony Montana (Al Pacino) and Elvira Hancock (Michelle Pfeiffer) from Brian De Palma's crime drama Scarface. Tony Montana's portrait hung on the first floor of his mansion. The painting is seen in numerous scenes, however the bullet holes are not seen in the final cut of the film.

The large painting, created by Jaroslav Gebr, is rendered in acrylic paint on canvas, and shows Elvira wearing a red gown as she sits in a lavish chair, with Tony wearing a tuxedo as he stands proudly behind her. The portrait shows ten holes from being shot up during the violent gunfight at the end of the film, and tape residue on the back of the canvas from where squibs were previously attached.

Paired with the mansion portrait is a reference photograph of Tony and Elvira that assisted the portrait artist in painting the piece. The lot also includes three behind-the-scenes stills of the production crew on set with the portrait. Following the production, the painting was rolled and gifted to a crew member. The lot shows minor wear due to production use and age, and the portrait is rolled. However, the piece remains in very fine condition. Dimensions (portrait): 241 cm x 160 cm (95' x 63'); (photograph): 25 cm x 20 cm x 1 cm (10" x 8" x 1/4")

Please note this lot is sold without copyright, reproduction rights, licensing agreements or any other type of legal releases.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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