- 48 cm x 56 cm (19” x 26”)
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- Muhammad Ali's personal art is very collectable and demonstrates a strong sense of colour and composition. All of Ali's works draw on his life experience, including his time in the ring, and are also strongly influenced by his Muslin faith and civil rights activism. Art was one of the boxing legend's best subjects at school.
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Muhammad Ali (WFUNA) Serigraph Titled 'Freedom'
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A Muhammad Ali 'World Federation of the United Nations Association' (WFUNA) serigraph titled ‘Freedom’.
This serigraph was produced to accompany the United Nations stamp issue in 1979 for a free and independent Namibia.
WFUNA offered two separate limited editions of this serigraph: a regular edition limited to 1,000 and this rarer deluxe edition numbered to only 250 and hand-signed by Ali in pencil. The serigraph is individually numbered “110/250” and has the embossed authentication seal of the serigrapher. Ali’s poem ‘Freedom’ is printed on the verso of the work.
This edition was purchased directly from WFUNA in 1979 and is accompanied by the original shipping tube.
The artwork has been professionally framed behind clear colour 'water-white' anti-reflective glass and remains in excellent condition.
Comes with own Certificate of Authenticity.