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"I am the master of my fate: the captain of my soul" art print by Rob Ozborne.

THE STORY: No matter how rough the waters, you are the captain. So, take the wheel!

These inspiring words come from William Ernest Henley's famous poem. Invictus, the poem's title, means "unconquered".

A bit about the poet, Henley: He suffered with tuberculosis of the bone, and his malady led to the amputation of his left leg. The young Henley was impoverished and struggling to keep his remaining health. Undoubtedly, his personal trials inspired Invictus.

The words of Invictus would later inspire Nelson Mandela while he was imprisoned. Perhaps you may draw on their inspiration as well.

Despite long odds or difficulty, one may choose their course.

"It matters not how strait the gate,
How charged with punishments the scroll.
I am the master of my fate:
I am the captain of my soul."

THE PRINT: The artwork is richly printed on bright white matte art paper. The frame is not included, but the print comes with a white border, and is ready to pop into a frame.

THE ARTIST: Designed and drawn by Rob Ozborne, each print is hand-signed.

SHIPPING & HANDLING: Great care is taken in preparing your print. Placed in a protective archival sleeve, gently rolled and well packed, your artwork ships in a sturdy tube.

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CAPTAIN of my SOUL Invictus Inspirational Black and White Art Print 11x14 by Rob Ozborne

$15.00+

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: paper, digital, ink, pencil
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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