About the Artwork

Crafted with a blend of vibrant hues and striking contrasts, my "Cassius Marcellus Clay Time Cover" is a tribute to the iconic sports legend featured on the March 22, 1963, cover of TIME magazine. Measuring an imposing 38”x48”, this Pop Art piece exudes the intensity and vigor of the great boxer, with each stroke of oil paint on canvas carefully applied to capture the essence of a bygone era of pugilism and pageantry.

This artwork is not just a painting; it's a statement, a piece of history, and a conversation starter. It beckons the onlooker to delve into the depths of the sports world's past glory, all while showcasing the aesthetic that has come to define my body of work as a respected artist within the Pop Art movement.

Priced at $850, this piece is an investment for the aficionado of sports, the lover of Pop Art, or the collector seeking to add a slice of cultural history to their assemblage. Embrace the opportunity to own a part of this legacy and order now to infuse your space with the power and passion of Cassius Clay, as immortalized by my artistic vision.

Price:

$850

Size: 38" x 48"

Technique: Oil Paint on Canvas

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About the author

Bob Womack is best known for working with the famous artist Andy Warhols' apprentice Steve Kaufman. Bob has created thousands of original Pop Art paintings with Steven Kaufman in their famous Rawsak Studios located in Hollywood California.

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