Muhammad Ali In New York
"Muhammad Ali in New York" black and white resin or limited edition fibre print.
American heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay) (1942-2016) pictured wearing pinstripe trousers, suit jacket, spats and bowler hat on 60th Street and Broadway in New York on 26th May 1963. Muhammad Ali is currently in training in preparation for his upcoming fight against Henry Cooper at Wembley Stadium in London on 18th June. (Photo by Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
Muhammad Ali was a professional boxer, actor, social activist, and widely considered one of the most important figures of the 20th century. Ali is considered one of the greatest boxers and was World heavyweight champion for the majority of a 15 year period (1964-1967, 1974-1978, 1978-1979) Read more.
- Black and white resin or limited edition fibre prints
- Original prints custom made to order
- Measurements are in inches
- Certificate of Authenticity
About Resin Photographs
Modern photographic prints which are hand printed and part machine processed. Resin prints have a plastic emulsion coating therefore not offering the same flexibility as fibre prints. Resin paper is still considered to be one of the best in the market and is used as a more cost effective option for larger projects. Resin prints are also hand retouched using specialized inks.
About Limited Edition Fibre Prints
Premium level black and white prints, from an exclusive catalogue of Hulton Archive images. Available in limited editions of 300 or estate stamped editions. The emulsion used is based on traditional black and white darkroom technology, creating true black and white prints with a warm tone. This heavier fibre based paper has a high gloss finish and slight texture, producing superb density, sharpness and continuous tone.
Prints are custom made to order and require 7-10 days production time. Please allow 10-14 days for delivery.
Shipping & Returns
Priority shipping via FedEx or DHL is included. Returns are accepted within 45 days for a full refund, exchange, or credit.