LIMITED EDITION FINE ART ARCHIVAL PRINT FROM THE SPORT COLLECTION
Number in Edition: 50
In this exquisite photo, the godfather of pro tennis, Jack Kramer, demonstrates his form in early 1946, just a few months before heading out to reclaim the Davis Cup for the United States. The print is made from the original 4” by 5” transparency, and was shot for a SPORT magazine article on Kramer’s conversion to the dark side.
Each reproduction is printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks and produced to the highest standard of archival quality available.
Each piece is hand titled and numbered, carries The SPORT Collection emboss, and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity which sets out the details of the edition as well as bearing a detailed description of the image.
19 x 16 inches unframed; 26 x 24 inches framed.
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