Art and fried chicken go together as well as hush puppies and corn on the cob. This portrait was previously owned by a store manager employed by the Kentucky Fried Chicken Corporation circa 1950s/1960s and was displayed in the lobby of store for customers to see. I purchased on eBay from someone else who had found it at a buyer's sale in Louisville, Kentucky sometime in the mid 1980s. It is a most attractive and stunning picture of one of the world's most admired businessmen, the lovable Colonel Harland Sanders. And it now hangs in my exboyfriend's kitchen so the Colonel can watch over him. My only regret is that his eyes don't follow you around the room like those Jesus hologram portraits I see in the thrift store.