LIMITED EDITION FINE ART GICLEE PRINT FROM THE SPORT COLLECTION
Number in Edition: 25.
This rare photograph of the former world champion was hand printed from the original 4″ by 5″ transparency taken during a 1949 SPORT magazine photo session to illustrate a feature article on the darling of New York fight fans. This image was one of 61 that comprised The Italian Stallions exhibition, part of the 2006 Contact Photo Festival, held at The SPORT Gallery in Toronto.
Printed on 100% Hahnemuhle cotton rag paper using UltraChrome K3 pigmented inks for the highest available archival quality. Each piece is hand titled and numbered, carries The SPORT Collection emboss and is accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity. Mounting, matting and framing are also to the highest archival standards.
Finished image size, 14″ wide by 17″ high.
Framed size, 21 3/16″ by 25″.
Framed prints are available for purchase. Due to additional shipping, handling, and insurance costs, please call 416-861-8514 (Toronto) or 604-620-5834 (Vancouver) to process a framed print order.
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