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Empire Revisited DX - by Lawrence Noble<br>giclee on paper
Empire Revisited DX - by Lawrence Noble<br>giclee on paper Empire Revisited DX - by Lawrence Noble<br>giclee on paper

Empire Revisited DX

by Lawrence Noble
giclee on paper
MSRP:   $ 375.00
Price:   $375.00

"Empire Revisited Deluxe"
By Lawrence Noble

Lawrence was originally asked to do the Empire poster back in 1979, after completion of the piece Lucasfilm chose to go with the version from Roger Kastel in the famous Gone With the Wind pose.

Lawrence’s design was eventually used as the official 10th Anniversary Poster of Empire Strikes Back in 1990.

This newly painted version of the Empire Poster is a revisiting of Lawrence’s original work, essentially Lawrence mentally took himself back to 1979 to do the Empire Poster with the addition of 30 years hindsight.

This special deluxe edition features a hand-drawn remarque and signature by the artist Lawrence Noble. There is a choice between a Boba Fett or a Yoda remarque.  Please click on the images to the left to see examples.  When ordering, please choose either Boba Fett or Yoda from the options menu above.

  • Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee on Paper
  • 50 piece hand-numbered edition
  • Comes with Certificate of Authenticity
  • Measurements: 18 inches by 28 inches
  • Signed and remarqued by artist Lawrence Noble
  • Choice of Yoda or Boba Fett remarque
  • Available framed
  • Please allow additional time for shipping due to the piece being signed and remarqued (approx 2 weeks)




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