To celebrate Beatlemaniacs from around the world visiting Liverpool to celebrate the band during International Beatle Week, Castle Fine Art in the city’s Church Alley has many pieces of art celebrating the band, including ‘John’, ‘Ringo’, ‘George’, ‘Paul’, ‘Young Beatles’ and ‘Enduring Fab Four’ by Pop Art pioneer James Francis Gill; ‘Long and Winding Road’, ‘Diamonds’ and ‘John’s New York’ by American artists Bisaillon Brothers and ‘Yellow Submarine’ by Nigel Humphries.
There are several other Beatles pieces too, and some of them are in Castle Fine Art’s Originals Art Event, making them even more affordable.
Liverpool Gallery manager Lucy Edwards says: “The team and myself are really excited about meeting Beatles fans from all over the world to the gallery during International Beatle Week. We know they’ll love the pieces we have on display, and all our visitors can be sure of a warm welcome from my knowledgeable team.
“We are open from 10am – 6pm from Monday to Friday, and until 5pm on Sunday, so we make an ideal place for fans to visit between the many events on offer. What’s more, wherever you come from in the world, we can arrange an easy, secure delivery to your home for any art that you buy from us.”
As well as art portraying The Beatles, both as a band and in solo incarnations, Castle Fine Art also has art created by musicians, including Bob Dylan and Ronnie Wood, plus pieces featuring a host of other music stars, both classic and contemporary.
Castle Fine Art’s Liverpool gallery is at 24 Church Alley, Liverpool, L1 3DD, close to The Bluecoat contemporary arts centre and Liverpool ONE.