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Doug London - "A-Rod (New York Times)" Hand-Signed Fine Art Poster (2004).
Item #205557

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Dimensions
21 x 27
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"A-Rod New York Times" is a collectible poster by Doug London (2004), hand signed by the artist. Measures approx 24" x 29.5" (with border), 21" x 27" (image).
 
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Doug London is best known for his exquisitely detailed renderings of famous athletes in their iconic moments of glory, as they make "front page news". He has been commissioned not only by Fortune 500 companies but also some of the top colleges and sports personalities in the country. His work is prominently displayed by collectors, galleries and museums worldwide.

London's extraordinary works of art have given him the opportunity to work closely with some of the greatest legends of our time including Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Ben Hogan, Bobby Jones, Payne Stewart, Gene Sarazen, Muhammad Ali and many others. And as the world of sports always has history in the making, London keeps his finger on the pulse, capturing the latest great athletes and their triumphs on canvas for all to admire.