Signed at bottom in pencil. Offset lithograph. Some abrasions to lower center margin and scuffs. 34.75'' x 25.75''.
Original 1976 print after a painting (made in the same year) of New York Knick Great Earl "The Pearl" Monroe. No lithographs of this work exist, but Neiman signed unframed copies at a Sloan Kettering fundraiser in 1977 for those patrons who pledges $1,000 or more. Leroy Neiman (1921-2012), is a New York City artist best known for his surrealist style in portraying action scenes involving sport, entertainment, and political subject. This is a nice example of his work with an interesting provenance.
Illustrator: Neiman, Leroy.
Condition: Very Good(+)