David Rathman, 2010
22" wide x 20" tall
Unframed (framed image for reference only).
Edition of 25, signed and numbered by the artist
Archival ink on paper print by Universal Limited Art Editions
David Rathman painted "Louisville", his portrait of a young Cassius Clay, in the fall of 2009 as part of the Rumblevision project, a celebration of the 35th anniversary of Muhammad Ali's stunning victory in Zaire. This exquisite reproduction of Rathman's original watercolor was produced in New York using archival ink and paper by legendary printers Universal Limited Art Editions, known for their work with Jasper Johns and Robert Rauschenberg. Louisville is available for pickup direct from us in New York City or can be art-packed and shipped domestically and internationally. No Mas is proudly offering three other prints of Rathman's work on Ali in Zaire. Each are available in an edition of 25. The suite of four may be purchased for $900.
David Rathman has had solo shows in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, Berlin, and Minneapolis. His work is in the collections of The Whitney Museum of American Art, The Walker Art Center, The New Museum, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, Yale University Library, and The J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Rathman is represented in New York by Larissa Goldston Gallery, and in Minneapolis by the Weinstein Gallery.