Coach Nick Saban Portrait
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Artist Daniel A. Moore’s new pencil drawing portrait of Coach Nick Saban portrays the greatest college football coach today! Moore found inspiration for this work in Leonardo da Vinci’s striking drawing, the Turin Self Portrait. In keeping with that genre, the artist has digitally infused tone and background into his drawing to visually simulate some of the same patina and richness inherent in the Old Master’s centuries-old masterpiece. The artwork is being offered by New Life Art as Fine Art Giclée Prints and Canvases. It is available as either the stand-alone portrait or merged to create a montage using 4 vignettes. As Co-Designer with the artist, you will choose one vignette for each quadrant from a selection of vignettes composed by the artist from his past paintings and drawings from “The Saban Era.” Also as Co-Designer, you can even create your own title (of course, no crude language or disparaging connotations permitted) or select from one of our suggestions. Furthermore, to assure you have a one-of-a-kind print or canvas, you can choose to have a credit line printed in the left corner of the image area. It will read: "Co-designed by (Your name here).” Or, if you are co-designing the art to present to someone else, you can have the credit line read: “Co-designed by ( Your Name Here ) for ( Recipient’s Name Here ).”
A) Tua Tagovailoa from Second & Twenty-Six — After being sacked for a loss of 16 yards on 'Bama's first down in overtime of the 2018 CFP National Championship Game, Tua tossed a 41 yard touchdown pass down the left sideline to Devonta Smith to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23. This was Alabama's 17th National Championship.
B) Jalen Hurts from Crimson Redemption — Eleven months after being benched in the 2018 National Championship Game, Jalen came off the bench during the 4th Quarter of the SEC Championship Game. He stunned the college football world, leading a 2 touchdown comeback that saved the Tide's season and secured Alabama's 27th SEC title.
C) Amari Cooper from High Tide — Amari Cooper's acrobatic catch over Georgia's Bacarri Rambo exemplified Alabama's victory in the 2012 SEC Championship Game. There were five lead changes in this epic battle between two SEC titans. Most experts saw this as the de facto national championship game. It did earn the Tide the right to play for, and win, it's third BCS title in four seasons.
A) Marcell Dareus from The Pick Six — Marcell Dareus proved his MVP status from the 2009 BCS National Championship Game against the Texas Longhorns with his "pick six" to end the first half. The Tide went on to win its first National Championship title under Coach Nick Saban!
B) The Shutout — Alabama's strong defense coming after LSU's Quarterback Jordan Jefferson for a sack during the 2012 BCS National Championship Game is portrayed in The Shutout. Alabama dramatically upset previously undefeated LSU to win the Title.
C) Derrick Henry from The Washout — Derrick Henry demonstrates outstanding, Heisman-worthy performance during the 2015 rain-soaked Georgia game at Sanford Stadium.
A) Terrence Cody from Maximum Block — Maximum Block documents Alabama’s historic, last-second field-goal block that sealed its win over the Tennessee Volunteers on October 24, 2009 at Bryant-Denny Stadium. Coming into this match, Bama’s defense was ranked #1 in the nation for fewest points allowed. With only 1:19 left in the game, Tennessee scored a touchdown to trim Bama’s lead to 12-10, then immediately recovered the ball on an onside kick. As time ran out, the Vols attempted a 44-yard field goal, but it was blocked by Bama’s Terrance Cody (#62) – this was Cody’s second blocked field goal in the fourth quarter of the game.
B) Kenyan Drake from Finish! — Daniel A. Moore's tribute to Alabama's 16th National Championship features Kenyan Drake diving into the end zone for a touchdown culminating from his 95-yard kick-off return.
C) Julio Jones from The Blackout — On September 27, 2008, #8 Alabama took on #3 Georgia at Sanford Stadium in Athens. With both teams as SEC & National Championship hopefuls, the stakes were high. Bulldog players dressed out in their black uniforms for only the third time in school history, and fans came dressed in all black for a ‘blackout’ — in response, Crimson Tide fans filled their tiny visitor section in white. One of Bama’s biggest plays of the game was the 31-yard pass from John Parker Wilson (#14) to Julio Jones (#8) to set the Tide up for their second TD. Bama gave Georgia its own ‘blackout,’ with a beating of 41-30.
A) DeVonta Smith from Second & Twenty-Six — After being sacked for a loss of 16 yards on 'Bama's first down in overtime of the 2018 CFP National Championship Game, Tua tossed a 41 yard touchdown pass down the left sideline to Devonta Smith to defeat the Georgia Bulldogs 26-23. This was Alabama's 17th National Championship.
B) Najee Harris from The Hurdle — Running Back Najee Harris stuns with his acrobatic touchdown race over and through the South Carolina defense in the 2019 regular season game!
C) Mark Ingram from The Heisman Spirit — On December 5, 2009 the Alabama Crimson Tide battled the Florida Gators at the Georgia Dome for the SEC Championship title. On this night, many Bama players showed their athletic capabilities at the highest level – one in particular – that is running back Mark Ingram (#22). By rushing 113 yards and scoring 3 touchdowns, it is argued that Ingram played his best in this game. With his 1,992 total yards and 20 touchdowns for the season, it is obvious why Mark Ingram was selected as the 2009 Heisman Trophy winner.
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Regular Edition Lithograph: 950
Image Size: 15" x 20"
Fine Art Giclée Canvas: 250
Image Size: 18" x 24"
Artist's Edition Fine Art Giclée Canvas: 25
Image Size: 21" x 28"
Each limited edition print and canvas is hand-signed and numbered by the artist and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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