Give me Five Framed photograph, H56 x W71cm
The Express Picture Library is the photography catalogue of the renowned international newspaper Express. The Getty Images Gallery collection from this archive focuse on images of royalty, politics, and social events, with key photographer Len Treivnor contributing some of the most famous pieces of photography. Taken in 1963 by Treivnor, this photograph of American Heavyweight Boxer Muhammad Ali shows him holding up five fingers in a prediction of how many rounds it will take him to knock out British boxer Henry Cooper.
This photograph has been carefully hand-exposed and hand-retouched from an original negative by skilled master printers in the UK for the highest possible quality print. Resin prints such as this piece also feature a plastic emulsion surface coating and are then framed with archivally sound materials to ensure longevity. This beautiful artwork will arrive stamped and will also be provided with a certificate of authenticity. Each frame uses a traditional painted wood with a classic 4" mount and features a wire for effortless hanging.
Dimensions: 56 x 71 x 3cm with a 10cm white mount (22 x 28 x 1.25" with a 4" white mount)
Material: Darkroom silver gelatin resin photograph with a black wooden frame and glass window
Care: Keep out of direct sunlight and heat to ensure the print remains at the highest quality. Please note that wall fixings do not come included as standard.
Please note: The price is inclusive of delivery and insurance and each piece will be hand-delivered direct to you by a specialist Artwork Courier using a white glove delivery service.