Into the Pocket HC 1988 - Huge
Limited Edition Print : Serigraph on Paper
New Motivated Seller Reduced
Size : 28x38 in | 71x97 cm
Framed : 46x55.5 in | 117x141 cm
Edition : From the Edition 175
Huge 1988 Framed HC Serigraph - A SUPER Steal $$$$$
Hand SignedLower Right in Pencil
Framed with PlexiglassGold Frame w/ White Mat
Purchased fromDealer 2007
Story / Additional InfoThis print by Leroy Neiman is a depiction of Superbowl XXII which featured the Denver Broncos vs the Washington Redskins in 1988. Quarterback Doug Williams is dropping back to throw a pass to Ricky Sanders.
Certificate of AuthenticityGalerie Michelangelo
LeRoy Neiman - United States
Art Brokerage: Park West artist - LeRoy Neiman American Artist: b. 1921-2012. For the last 50 years, LeRoy Neiman has been the world's most recognized popular artist. He created a vibrant energetic style that set his art apart from all others. His works encompass sports, entertainment, travel, and adventure. His was a life well lived, and he made us a part of his extraordinary journey, seeing and doing things we could only dream of. Bringing these images to life, sports, golf, hockey, basketball, baseball, skiing, sailing, racing, famous locations, New York, Europe, safari animals, cafes, landscapes, horses, stock markets, portraits, famous celebrities, athletes, LeRoy has enriched the art world, and brought joy and excitement to millions of collectors worldwide. His vision has captured moments in time that can never be forgotten. The art of Leroy Neiman is unique without any real comparison. He has broken the barriers of many of the most hallowed assumptions of modern art history and contemporary criticism and his art is loved by millions of people throughout America and around the world. Sadly Leroy Neiman passed away on June 20th 2012. Leroy Neiman was born in St. Paul, Minnesota, and studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, De Paul University, and the University of Illinois. Neiman taught at the Art Institute of Chicago's school for ten years. Neiman moved to New York City in 1963 when he had his first one-man show at the Hammer Gallery. For the next 49 years Neiman continued to portray the people and events of the world he knew best, or which intrigued him most. His best-known works are sports scenes, a reflection, he believed, of the fact that sports are universally a dominant force. LeRoy Neiman was the official artist for ABC-TV at the Olympic Games in 1972 and 1976, and at the Winter Olympics of 1980. Neiman's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums throughout the world, including the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C., and the Hermitage in Leningrad. Before his recent passing he endowed Columbia University with a school for fine art print making. We have buyers for original paintings and watercolors. Listings wanted.