"RAY LAMPKIN CHAMPIONSHIP"
Retains World NABF Boxing Lightweight Title
1st Round Knockout, Mike Ryan
Portland, Oregon February 6, 1975
16x20 Inch Archival Giclee Print, true archival print, 150+ years
Satin Paper, Pigmented Inks
Image Dimensions @ 12x18 Inches with white border
Signed/Titled and Dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in Archival Sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
11x14 or 12x18 inch Fuji Crystal Archive photographic print(s)
Lustre Paper, fade resistant for over 20 years
Image dimensions @9x13 or 12x18 inches with white border
Signed/Titled and dated by Clyde Keller
Presented in archival sleeve, Unframed
Shipped Flat, Insured with Tracking
PRICE: $155.00 and $195.00
NOTE: The printed copyright information appearing on the web display print, is removed for your purchase print.
This vintage documentary news photo captures a startling victory in a story telling photo of Ray Lampkin's 1st round knockout in his successful bid to retain the NABF Title. His opponent, Mike Ryan is shown laying unconscious as the final count is given while Lampkin and his coach Mike Morton hug each other. One of my favorite celebratory photos, achieved by perching myself on top of the ropes for an all inclusive elevated corner view of the ring. Photographed with a moderate 24mm Nikkor wide angle lens using Tri-X, a perfect combination to capture the event.
Copyright © 1975 by Clyde Keller
ABOUT CLYDE KELLER:
Hi, I'm a photographer and artist selling my fine art prints at clydekellerphoto.etsy.com.
My work is sold as Fine Art Giclee (inkjet) prints or fade resistant Fuji Crystal Archive (photographic) prints.
Clyde is known internationally for his historic photographs of Robert F. Kennedy. His RFK images are featured in Rory Kennedy's documentary film, "ETHEL" which debuted at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival. The RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights has recently acquired key images from Clyde's RFK portfolios for their collection. Historic photos of author Ken Kesey, William Burroughs and actor Bill Murray are featured in Mark Christensen's book Acid Christ. Clyde's portrait of actor/director Warren Beatty is the cover photo for Peter Biskind's, Star. Several vintage documentary images appear in a new NFL films project, entitled, "Fearsome Foursome" as well as Dan Forrer's upcoming HBO documentary film centering on the birth of Hip Hop music. The Seattle Museum of History and Science now features his vintage Seattle skyline panoramas. His regional portraits of surviving pioneer families (and characters) appear in several new books, periodicals and webzines, including Ken Bilderback's, Creek with No Name, a new soft cover about the history of Cherry Grove, Oregon.
Clyde is the grandson of Clyde Leon Keller, (1872-1962) an important Oregon-based Plein-Air Impressionist Painter. His portfolios can be viewed at www.clydekeller.com.
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Everything you see here is handmade. I have been making jewelry for years, but only recently started selling after I noticed the lack of artisan fine jewelry at reasonable prices. There are plenty of retailers that offer overpriced fashion jewelry that will turn your skin green, and just as many who sell $300 worth of genuine gemstones and precious metals for $3,000; I know because I've overpaid for more of them than I can count. But now that I know how to make them, you don't have to. If you want to pay hundreds of dollars for glass pearls, I know where you can get them, but I'd rather you had the real thing.
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