About the Artwork

"George Foreman fighting at Caesar's Palace he is a celebrity a champion fighter. I painted the championship belt prize fighter he has endured the price of time." - Bob Womack

Bob says “he impressed me not only as a boxer an entrepreneur and he took over the patent of George Foreman grill.”

Looking for unique wall decor or sports memorabilia? Check out our limited edition "pop art" style canvas painting of George Foreman's knockout of Gerry Cooney at Caesars Palace! This collectible painting captures the iconic moment in boxing history, with bold lines and vibrant colors that make it a standout piece of art.

Featuring the legendary Caesars Palace as a backdrop, this painting is a must-have for any boxing fan or sports enthusiast. Our high-quality canvas prints are available for purchase online, with worldwide shipping and a money-back guarantee. Order now to own a piece of boxing history and add a pop of color to your home or office!

Our George Foreman painting is the perfect addition to any collection of sports memorabilia or art. Don't miss your chance to buy art online and own a limited edition print of this iconic moment. Order today and make a statement with our unique pop art style canvas!



Size: 30" x 32"

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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