Welcome to LIMELIGHT MOVIE ART's Website, where you can view images of some of the original film posters and lobby cards which we have available for sale. You can also see many other original pieces at our Gallery in Chelsea.
We are a business borne out of over 20 years' personal collecting and a passion for film and the often iconic artwork with which it is associated.
Naturally we sell Hepburn and James Bond 007 posters and the other well known images, but we also have a broader base of titles, and some more unusual and esoteric pieces. As well as the familiar US and British posters, we seek out the best images from around Europe.
We have a massive collection of vintage film comedy - Turpin, Chaplin, Keaton, Langdon, Lloyd, Chase, Laurel and Hardy, Abbott and Costello, Bob Hope, the Marx Brothers, Jerry Lewis, Carry On, Confessions, Woody Allen, Lee Evans, Steve Martin - or virtually anyone or anything in between.
As well as traditional sales we also offer:
- Our "theme search", which allows you to search for an image or theme without necessarily knowing what title you're looking for. This may be particularly useful if you are looking for a film poster as a gift. You can also use this facility to search by genre, or by nationality. Again, just type in what you're looking for (eg "noir" or "Italian").
- Our Search and Find consultancy service. Tell us what you're looking for and if we don't have it in stock, we'll do our best to find it for you.
- Our corporate rental service. Many offices rent rather than buy their artwork, so that they can regularly change and refresh it, and can have an impressive display without substantial capital expenditure.
We offer an alternative to the traditional types of rental art, renting original vintage movie posters, linen backed and framed, and on terms tailored to your requirements.
Halloween: featured posters
Prince of the Night
Bram Stoker's Dracula
An American Werewolf in London
Abbott and Costello Meet the Killer, Boris Karloff
Cauldron of Blood
Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?