Tags: Friar Park, George, John, Kenwood, Threatles
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Wow! So that was John’s — how cool is that, and painted by The Fool?
The middle photo looks like it features a scene from Yellow Submarine, above George’s left shoulder, but the illustrated piano itself is clearly from 67.
Wow, that’s amazing. I wonder when he got it.
wow fantastic. so john was in the room with the Threetles, in spirit
I know this piano was painted by the Fool, but I was talking to the artist Peter Max a few years ago, on December 8th of all nights. When I reminded him of the date he sent a kiss up to heaven and told me how he designed for Yellow Submarine and painted a piano for John I believe.
I love the artwork the Fool did. I also love the art of Peter Max! I am such a 60s gal! (grins)
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