♦Multi-colored design printed on 80 pound cardstock
♦Print measures slightly less than 11" x 17" (28cm x 43cm)
♦Print is shown in 16" x 20" (41cm x 51cm) float frame (frame not included)
♦Print is signed by the artist
♦Print will be shipped via USPS First Class Mail with a backing board inside of a stay flat mailer. Domestic shipping will include tracking.
This art print is part of the Senioritis Remembers Famous Seniors series. Please check out our shop to see other framed and unframed offerings from this series:
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Who's Roberto Clemente?
Roberto Clemente changed the game of baseball. Clemente played for the Pittsburgh Pirates from 1955-1972; during which time he led the league in batting four times, played in twelve All-Star games and won twelve Gold Gloves. Clemente was the first Latin American player elected to the Hall of Fame as well as the first Latin American player to win an MVP award(regular season and World Series). Clemente died in a plane crash while on his way to aid earthquake victims in Nicaragua.
This multi-color design was inspired by vintage tobacco cards of the late 1800s and early 1900s. This design features Clemente in the foreground, arms crossed holding his bat, in his black and yellow Pirates uniform set against a sunshine orange and Pirates yellow background. The "card" has a very vintage and distressed look. Clemente will always be remembered as a man who gave all he had to give; on the field and off.
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