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New Life Art is pleased to announce Sport Artist Daniel A. Moore's College Football Play of the Year™! Glory in South Bend commemorates the most memorable play of the year — UGA wide receiver Terry Godwin's miraculous one-handed touchdown catch against the Fighting Irish! This play exemplified the resolve and determination that lead the Bulldogs to victory in this rare matchup between these two national powerhouses! Estimated release is February 2018.
In 1981, Mr. Moore commemorated the Bulldogs National Championship against Notre Dame with Tribute to the National Champions featuring Herschel Walker. These Official Fine Art prints of the 1980 Sugar Bowl sold out and today these prints command prices of up to 1500% over their release price.
Collegiate Classic Giclée Print is an open edition (not limited/numbered), is hand-signed by the artist and has an image size of approximately 8" x 10".
Regular Edition Giclée Print is a limited edition print with an image size of approximately 16" x 20". Each is hand-signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margin of the print and is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition. Limited Edition size of 500.
Artist's Proof Giclée Print is a limited edition print with an image size of approximately 19¾" x 25". Each is hand-signed and numbered by the artist in the lower margin of the print and is accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition. Limited Edition size of 50.
Standard Edition Canvas Giclée is a limited edition giclée print on canvas substrate with an image size of approximately 27" x 34". Each canvas is hand-signed and numbered by the artist, accompanied by a Certificate of Limited Edition and an engraved brass titleplate. Limited Edition of 25.
A giclée print is a higher definition print produced by the giclée printing process. The term giclée (zhee – clay) is French meaning “spraying of ink”. Giclée prints are produced on a 12-color printer utilizing archival inks transferred on to an acid-free paper or canvas. Giclée printers are able to produce a wider range of color and higher definition detail than possible with traditional lithographic printing.
*Framed image reflects our Grey Suede/Red/Black mats and Mahogany (1½") frame.