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Vanity Fair, Jack Dempsey
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ARTIST Ira L. Hill
DIMENSIONS 41.5" x 35.5"
FINISH black
FRAME DETAILS wood/glass/mat board
MADE OF archival giclée print on paper
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In 1959, Harry Soicher and Eduardo Marin set out to create a company that stood for quality, design excellence, and attention to detail. After two generations, their company survives and thrives as the modern Soicher Marin. Soicher Marin has a deep connection with its rich past, passing the founders' love of art in every handmade picture it creates.
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An archival giclée print of a photograph by Ira L. Hill, originally published in the February 1923 issue of "Vanity Fair." Jack Dempsey became the heavyweight champion of the world in 1919 after defeating the much larger Jess Willard. He held the title until 1926, when he was defeated by Gene Tunney. This striking photograph shows the boxer's powerful hands ready for action.