The Oscar: Angel or Devil?
SKU ID #522032
- Technical Specs
- Dimensions: 11"x14"
By the times the Academy gave its first award in 1927, Al Hirschfeld was already a seven-yearveteran of movie studio publicity and art departments, where he worked for Goldwyn, Universal, Pathe, Selznick, Fox, First National, Warner Bros., and MGM. He drew many contenders over the years, and was friends with many of them, so he had a front row seat of how powerful the award is to an actor, director, writer, or producerís career. The Line King, a documentary on Hirschfeld was nominated in 1996. The limited edition print captures both the thrill of victoryand the agony of defeat for filmís most coveted award.
- 100% cotton hot press for long-term durability
- Acid and lignin free and pH buffered to preserve fine art and photos
- Natural white base, smooth matte finish
- Extremely-high color gamut and black density