On The Ball - Leon Spinks

This photo of Muhammad Ali was captured by Chris when Ali was at his training on the ball before his fight with Leon Spinks in 1978.
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On The Ball – Leon Spinks, Muhammad Ali by Chris Smith

MUHAMMAD ALI ON THE BALL – Ali works the speedball while training for his fight with Leon Spinks in New Orleans (1978).

This framed limited edition photograph of Muhammad Ali is printed on traditional photographic fiber-based silver gelatin paper.

This photo of Muhammad Ali was captured by Chris when Ali was at his training on the ball before his fight with Leon Spinks in 1978.

Each photograph comes in a contemporary classic black box frame. The box frame has a fillet which creates a space between the print and the glazing. So there is no contact with the glass. The whole effect is that of a deep box.

For protection, the photograph is mounted behind 3mm Waterwhite acrylic glass which keeps the photograph safe from harmful UV rays and acts as an anti-reflective shield.

Chris’s photographs make a wonderful feature in a variety of spaces. Whether they are in your living room, reception area, or in the entrance of a gymnasium or office, your framed photograph will be a fantastic addition.

Purchasing an iconic limited-edition framed photograph means that you will be sharing a piece of history that will always be admired for years to come.

Chris’ photos of Muhammad Ali are an excellent investment.

Features:

  • Limited edition of 25 silver gelatine photographs signed by Chris Smith.
  • Easy to display in the living room, reception area, or, in the entrance gymnasium or office
  • Traditional silver gelatin print
  • 3mm Whitewater acrylic glass which is anti-reflective and provides a UV shield.
  • Split batten fixture for easy and secure hanging.
  • Available in these sizes: W: 20” x H 16”, W: 24” x H: 20”, W: 40” x H: 30”
  • Each print is packaged in a soft synthetic fleece material against the frame. Then wrapped in bubble wrap, and finally a blue foam edging to prevent damage in transit.