Collectible Yankee Stadium Final Season Canvas Giclee




Yankee fans will forever remember 2008 as the end of an era. The Bronx Bombers are playing their final season in what is perhaps the most historic baseball stadium, and we are proud to offer fans this beautiful and collectible Al Sorenson Canvas Giclee (pronounced: zhee-clay) depicting the very first opening day at Yankee Stadium in 1923. Only 1,000 of these high resolution reproductions are available. A second series will not be issued and Yankees fans are expected to generate strong demand for this unique piece of memorabilia. Order yours right now! Each commemorative Final Season collectible measures 15 x 17 and features a stunning, high-quality reproduction sprayed on canvass by famed sports artist Al Sorenson, authentic dirt from the infield and the following engraved plaque: Yankee Stadium (1923 – 2008) This historic stadium became home to many of the all-time greats to ever play the game. Ruth, Gehrig, DiMaggio, Mantle, Mattingly and Jeter are just a few of the larger than life figures who played in Yankee pinstripes. Over the years the Yankees have given New York an unprecedented 26 World Series titles. Beyond th championships, the experience of a game at Yankee Stadium is one that both fans and players remember for a lifetime. “The House That Ruth Built” remains to this day the most recognized and historic stadium in all of sports. This collectible contains authentic infield dirt from Yankee Stadium. Limited Edition of 1,000 Due to the limited edition nature of this product your credit card will be charged immediately upon receiving your order so that we can reserve your piece of Yankee Stadium history. This collectible is perfect for any Yankees fans, and baseball memorabilia collectors will want to make this giclee part of their own collection. Order your copy now. About the Artist In the past few years Al Sorenson has launched himself into the upper echelon of sports art. With minimal formal training, he relies on his raw ability to bring his subjects to life. The use of color and how it can create a feeling of excitement and provoke one’s imagination have amazed Al since his childhood. He uses brilliant and explosive colors to capture the mood and draw on a viewer’s emotions to make a strong connection between the art and those viewing it. Whether painting a vintage stadium or one of the game’s greats, Al interjects the excitement he experiences into every masterpiece he creates. From the finest detail to the large strokes of color, some of professional sport’s greatest images have been captured forever on canvas. Mr. Sorenson will appear inside the Baseball Hall of Fame this summer in conjunction with the Cubs v. Padres Hall of Fame game. His paintings are scheduled to appear at the Sports Museum of America in New York, and he’s currently working on a production of Wrigley Field for a US postage stamp.