Liverpool Football Club recently commissioned award-winning artist Darren Baker to paint a classy and fitting tribute to ‘King’ Kenny Dalglish, with all profit from the sale of prints going to the Marina Dalglish Appeal.
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Baker is most famous for his 2011 protrait of Queen Elizabeth II and has painted many other great names in history, including Steven Gerrard and Pope John Paul II.
The painting depicts Dalglish during his second spell at the club as Liverpool manager, between 2011 and 2012. He is, suited up, close to the manager’s dugout at Anfield, turning to the Kop to give his wave of appreciation for their support.
Only 500 printed editions of the painting have been produced and framed in a classy gold and black border. Each print is signed by the artist and Dalglish himself.
All profits will go to the Marina Dalglish Appeal, the charity established by Dalglish’s wife following her battle with breast cancer, which continues its hard work to improve cancer care on Merseyside.
The club say:
This piece of art will not only look fantastic wherever you decide to place it – but it is also a great investment for any LFC fan to cherish and pass down through the generations.
Dalglish recently took to Twitter himself to welcome fans to the opportunity of purchasing the print by Baker.