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 Portrait of the Lion

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Portrait of the Lion
Published 2002. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 25.5x21. Numbered 425 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Khemosabi

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Khemosabi
Published 1985. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 36x24. Numbered 300 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman.
 Muhammad Ali-Athlete of the Century

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Muhammad Ali-Athlete of the Century
Published 2001. Limited Edition Serigraph. Dimensions 42 x 28. Numbered 850 pieces. Signed and numbered by LeRoy Neiman and Muhammad Ali. 1-350 have remarks located on the bottom margin of the paper. Pieces numbered 356 - 850 do not. All 850 pieces are signed and numbered by Neiman and signed by Ali.

 Original Magic Johnson

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Original Magic Johnson
Original Magic Johnson, Oil on Canvas, 40 x 50, 1997, signed by the artist and signed and inscribed by Magic Johnson.
 Original Skier

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Original Skier
LeRoy Neiman, Downhill Skier, Original Oil on Canvas/Board, 7" x 5", Created 1976. Additionally, signed on the verso.

 Original The Girls of Caesar's Palace

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Original The Girls of Caesar's Palace
The Girls of Caesar's Palace, Oil on Canvas, 30 x 24, Created 1980.

LeRoy employed all of his famous techniques on this original work including layered paint color, brush and pallet knife.

The work was commissioned by Caesar's Palace and was on display in the hallway leading to their Poker Room. While at Caesar's, the work was under plexiglass (now removed) keeping it in immaculate condition while on public display.

 Original Turf Sextete

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Original Turf Sextete
Turf Sextete, Original Oil on Board, 10" x 31.25", 1974. Framed, 14.75" x 36.5." Signed on the front and the back with inscription 1974 NY.

 Original Club Alabam

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Original Club Alabam
Club Alabam (Jazz), Original Pen and Ink on paper, 10.5” x 13” unframed, 24 x 27” approximate framed, Circa 1959.

Well known jazz players would frequently jam with other musicians at the Club Alabam. The Club was also known for its vaudeville acts, Rhythm and Blues, Southside or Creole Jazz, Classic violinists and Ragtime. You never knew what or who you might experience at the Alabam. Jazz got its roots from places like Club Alabam where Pianist James Fletcher Henerson played with Saxophonist Coleman Hawkins and the well know celebrity trumpet player Louis Armstrong.

 Original Young Tiger

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Original Young Tiger
Original Young Tiger, 1978, Oil on Board, dimensions 20 x 24.
 Truck - Red

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Truck - Red
Truck FS II.368, Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board, 39.375 X 39.375 Inches, 1986, Signed, Numbered and Framed, Only 60 in the regular edition, these are Printer Proofs in edition of only 10.
 Truck - Blue

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Truck - Blue
Truck FS II.368, Screenprint on Lenox Museum Board, 39.375 X 39.375 Inches, 1986, Signed, Numbered and Framed, Only 60 in the regular edition, these are Printer Proofs in edition of only 10.
 Santa Clause

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Santa Clause
Santa Claus, Screen print on Lenox Museum Board, 1981, 38 X 38 Inches unframed, Edition of 200; #3/30.
 Campbell Chicken Noodle Soupcan

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Campbell Chicken Noodle Soupcan
Chicken Noodle Soupcan, Screenprint on White Paper, From the Soupcan I Suite, 35" x 23", 1968 AP Edition.

 Original Elephant Nocturne Oil

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Original Elephant Nocturne Oil
Elephant Nocturne, 1984 Original Oil on Board, 36 x 48.

Clearly one of Neiman's greatest works.

A limited edition serigraph was created from this beautiful oil entitled "Elephant Nocturne." Understandably, the edition sold out very quickly and became one of Neiman's best sellers. The Elephant Nocturne oil is one of the greatest works of Neiman's career.

 Original Femlin at the Midnight Hour

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Original Femlin at the Midnight Hour
Original drawing on paper, Circa 1960, 8.5 x 11 unframed, 21.75 x 23.5 framed.

 Kershaw

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Kershaw
Published 2014. Limited Edition giclee on canvas. Hand Enhanced. Dimensions 42 x 21.5. 22 numbered+22 AP+22 Kershaw Proofs+10 PP+10 HC. Signed and numbered by Stephen Holland. Also signed by Kershaw.
 Lakers vs Celtics 2010

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Lakers vs Celtics 2010
Lakers Championship 2010, Opie Otterstad,28.5 X 40 Giclee on Canvas, Edition 210, AP 24, HC 10
 Grand Elusive (Bonded Stainless)

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Grand Elusive (Bonded Stainless)
Relief Sculpture, Bonded Stainless, 18" (38" with Leg) x 35", Created 2013, 75 Numbered, 20 International Edition, 10 Artist Proofs, 5 Trial Proofs.
 Scratch

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Scratch
Limited Edition Lithograph. Dimensions 28 x 42. Numbered 200 pieces + 50 Artist's Proofs + 4 Printer's Proofs. Signed and numbered by Everhart. Published 2011.
 Original Gerry Cooney

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Original Gerry Cooney
LeRoy Neiman Original Drawing Gerry Cooney, 13.75 x 11, On Paper and framed with authenticated Cooney "cut signature", Framed Dimensions 17 x 25. Cut Signature is 3.25 x 5.25. Created 1979.

 Original Lion and Lioness

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Original Lion and Lioness
Original Lion and Lioness, Oil on Canvas, Lion is 10" x 8", Lioness is 10" x 8", Framed 22.5" x 30" unframed, Created 2006.

A very popular limited edition of this work was released in 2007.

 Peyton Manning

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Peyton Manning
Peyton Manning, by Stephen Holland, Published 2012, 18 unique pieces created with 3 Owners Proof, Dimensions are 26" x 39 1/2", Giclee on canvas with each piece uniquely remarked. All 21 pieces are signed by Peyton Manning.

Portion of the proceeds go to the Peyton Manning Reading Camp.

 Original Flipped Out #34

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Original Flipped Out #34
Created in 2012. Acylic on paper. Size 12 x 19.5. Signed by Everhart.
 Original Thurman Munson

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Original Thurman Munson
Thurman Munson, 40 x 28 Oil on Board, Created 1995.

Thurman Lee Munson (June 7, 1947 – August 2, 1979) was an American Major League Baseball catcher. He played his entire 11-year professional baseball career for the New York Yankees (1969–1979). A perennial All-Star, Munson is the only Yankee to win both the Rookie of the Year and Most Valuable Player awards.

Born in Akron, Ohio, Munson was selected as the fourth pick of the 1968 Major League Baseball draft. Munson hit over .300 in his two seasons in the Minor Leagues, establishing himself as a top prospect. He became the New York Yankees' starting catcher late in the 1969 season. Munson played his first complete season in 1970, and was voted A.L. Rookie of the Year after hitting .302.

Considered the "heart and soul" of the Yankees, Munson was named the first team captain since Lou Gehrig. He led the Yankees to three consecutive World Series appearances from 1976 to 1978, and two consecutive World Series championships in 1977 and 1978.

In 1979, Munson died at the age of 32 while practicing landing his Cessna Citation at Akron-Canton Airport. Munson suffered a broken neck as result of the crash, and his cause of death was asphyxiation. His two companions escaped the burned aircraft.

 Water Lily I

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Water Lily I
Water Lily I

Water Lilies Suite consists of 6 works each signed and numbered. Media is mixed (giclee' and screen print) on paper. Edition size is 250 numbered and 50 Artist Proofs. Dimensions are 13" x 8."

 Original Ski Jumper

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Original Ski Jumper
Original Oil on Board, 9.5" x 9.5", 1981.
 Original Reclining Woman

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Original Reclining Woman
Reclining Woman, Original Pen and Ink on Paper, 12 x 16 unframed, 26 x 30 Framed. Circa 1959.
 Rocco and Roll

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Rocco and Roll
Limited Edition Seri-giclee on Paper, 78 - Gramophone Proofs, 48 SP - Single Proofs, 33 LP - Long Play Proofs, 33 AP - Artist Proofs. Paper size 22.5" x 22.5", Image size 20" x 20." Rocco Roll is one in a series of works from the I've Got to Dance Suite.
 Mirror Mirror on the wall, Who's the Top Dog of Them All

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Mirror Mirror on the wall, Who's the Top Dog of Them All
Limited Edition Seri-giclee on Paper, 78 - Gramophone Proofs, 48 SP - Single Proofs, 33 LP - Long Play Proofs, 33 AP - Artist Proofs. Paper size 22.5" x 22.5", Image size 20" x 20." Mirror Mirror is one in a series of works from the I've Got to Dance Suite.
 Original George Washington

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Original George Washington
George Washington, Original Acrylic on Paper Mixed Media by Peter Max. Viewable: 11.5” x 9.25”, Framed 19.5 x 16.5., Created 1976. Signed by the Artist.
 Original Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila

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Original Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila
Muhammad Ali, Folk Arts Theater Manila, Original Mixed Media Watercolor on Paper, Created in 1975, Signed by Neiman, Approximately 11 x 14 unframed. Additional inscriptions include: "Ali", "Folk Art Theater Manila", Sept 1975", "Punching Mexican Bag", "Pat Paterson security." This work is listed on page 188 of LeRoy Neiman's Book - Winners: My 30 years in sports.

LeRoy Neiman gives us a behind the scenes look before the legendary match up between Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier. Here Ali is training just days before the match in which he defeats Frazier in the 15th round. One can see the power and athleticism of Ali as he conditions for the colossal bout.

 Original Holmes - Cooney 1982

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Original Holmes - Cooney 1982
Holmes - Cooney 1982, Mixed Media Original on Paper, Approximately 12 x 14 unframed. This work is listed on page 208 of LeRoy Neiman's Book - Winners: My 30 years in sports.

The Larry Holmes (The Eastern Assassin) vs. Gerry Cooney (The Gentleman) fight took place June 11th 1982 at Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas and was one of the most highly anticipated fights of the early 1980's. Holmes the WBC Heavy Weight Champion successfully defended his title against Cooney when in the 13th round he landed a punishing cross against Cooney and sent him into the ropes. Cooney's corner threw in the towel ending the bout.

It is this moment Neiman, who was in attendance, captured in this very special piece of boxing history. One can see the fatigue in Cooney's face as he most likely was debating his next move before others in his corner made the decision for him.

 Original Rusty Staub

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Original Rusty Staub
Rusty Staub, Original Oil on Board, Dimensions 48" x 36", Created 1975.

Daniel Joseph "Rusty" Staub (born April 1, 1944) is an American former Major League Baseball right fielder, designated hitter, and first baseman. He enjoyed a 23-year baseball career with 5 different teams. He was an original member of the Montreal Expos and that team's first star; though the Expos traded him after only 3 years, his enduring popularity led them to retire his number in 1993.

 Original Bobby Bonds

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Original Bobby Bonds
Bobby Bonds, Original Oil on Board, Dimensions 48" x 36", Created 1975.

March 15, 1946 – August 23, 2003) was an American right fielder in Major League Baseball from 1968 to 1981, primarily with the San Francisco Giants. Noted for his outstanding combination of power hitting and speed, he was the first player to have more than two seasons of 30 home runs and 30 stolen bases, doing so a record five times (the record was matched only by his son Barry), and was the first to accomplish the feat in both major leagues; he became the second player to hit 300 career home runs and steal 300 bases, joining Willie Mays. Together with Barry, he is part of baseball's most accomplished father-son combination, holding the record for combined home runs, RBIs, and stolen bases. A prolific leadoff hitter, he also set major league records for most times leading off a game with a home run in a career (35) and a season (11, in 1973); both records have since been broken.

 Charles Fazzino, Wrigley Field: Home of the Cubbies

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Charles Fazzino, Wrigley Field: Home of the Cubbies
Charles Fazzino, Wrigley Field, Home of the Cubbies, Limited Edition 3-Dimensional Serigraph, Limited to 100pieces signed and numbered, Dimensions 10 x 12 unframed.

Celebrates the Chicago Cubs 2016 World Series Victory!

 Cracking Up

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Cracking Up
Mixed media print on deckled edge paper (giclee and silkscreen), Image 30" x 44” / Paper 25.5" x 39.5", Edition 195, Artist Proof 50, Printers Proof 40, HC 15. Signed and numbered by the artist. Released 2016.

A Note from Tom:

It occurred to me recently, while laughing hysterically at my own reflection dancing uncontrollably around me on the four feet of colorful transparent Tahitian water, that the act of cracking up could be extremely visual. Depending on your own interest, the way you see things in the world, it can be extremely comical or emotionally uncontrolled and helpless.

“Cracking Up”, is a topographical autobiography of the beginning of the 21st century. In terms of a subject matter, the work consists of a self-portrait conveying my way of seeing them in the act of cracking up. I believe that cracking up has never excluded anyone, at least in some small way, so I have tried to invest a certain universality of feeling and meaning encouraging the viewer to become the portrait.

Finally, much of my past sixteen years have been spent in French Polynesia. Because of the light, you see more color, and thus, there is, more color in life there that influences the warmth of the mind maps that frame the figures Cracking up.

– Tom Everhart

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