In observance of the upcoming 25th anniversary of Coach Bryant’s final game in the 1982 Liberty Bowl,
“Liberty” by Daniel Moore,
has been reformatted as a unique framed print of our popular “Collegiate Classics Series.”
This was a fiercely fought battle pitting Bryant’s Alabama Crimson Tide against the Fighting Illini of Illinois in freezing winds and temperatures that plummeted to 19°F. Coach Bryant’s plan to retire from coaching had been widely reported and his players were determined to send him out the winner that he truly was.
This they did with a 21-15 victory, which set the then all-time win record for Coach Bryant at 323.
In commemoration of this special anniversary, this historic Daniel A. Moore painting of “Liberty” is being offered in a limited edition of only 1,982 signed and numbered regular edition prints.
The original “Liberty” seal is embossed in silver in the margin of each framed print.
This awesome collectible is Professionally Framed in your choice of mouldings, an awesome 2″ Dark Cherry with a gold lip frame or an 1 1/2″ Black with brushed silver lip. This framed print measures approximately 19 X 19 1/2 and is double matted in crimson suede and black mattes with conservation glass to protect the limited edition print.
Each print comes with a Certificate of Limited Edition, a summary of the game and a key explaining the symbolism that Daniel Moore uses in the painting.
Believe me, this is one you dont want to miss.