Mohammed Ali Portrait - Maestro Art Giclee Paintings and Murals

Mohammed Ali Portrait


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The digital print portraits that we sell are part of “100 Most Influential People in the World History” project by artist Bekir Salim. All of our Original portraits are handmade oil paintings. Each portrait is electronically scanned and printed on high quality *Giclée Printing on Cotton-Based Canvas.

*Giclée prints are created by spraying millions of droplets of ink onto archival fine-art substrates. It represents the highest evolution in printmaking technology which gives the feeling of real handmade portrait. All of our portraits are printed and shipped from Chicago. Our artworks are not limited to portraits. Please contact us for your custom orders and art projects.

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Mohammed Ali Portrait

Would you like to own portraits that can expand your horizons and your imagination every time you see? Buy famous athlete Mohammed Ali portrait for inspiration and creativity. Check out our collection “100 Most Influential People in The World History” to explore more portraits of people like Charlie Chaplin and Emily Dickinson who have influenced the world in many other sciences and arts.

Mohammed Ali

Athlete, Philanthropist (1942–2016)

Muhammad Ali was one of boxing’s most celebrated athletes and the heavyweight champion who is universally regarded as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th century. Ali became an Olympic gold medalist in 1960 and the world heavyweight boxing champion in 1964 with a career record of 56 wins, five losses and 37 knockouts before his retirement from boxing in 1981. Ring Magazine named Ali “Fighter of the Year” five times, more than any other boxer, and he was inducted into the International Boxing Hall of Fame in 1990.

Muhammad Ali was born Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. on January 17, 1942, in Louisville, Kentucky. At an early age, Ali showed that he wasn’t afraid of anyone. At the age of 12, Ali discovered his talent for boxing because his bike was stolen. The story goes that he told the police officer, Joe Martin, that he wanted to beat up the thief and Martin advised he better learned to fight before he started challenging people. Ali started working with Martin (who also trained young boxers at a local gym) to learn how to spar, and soon began his boxing career.

Ali won the 1956 Golden Gloves tournament for novices in the light heavyweight class. Three years later, he won the National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions, as well as the Amateur Athletic Union’s national title for the light heavyweight division.

Pressed Material

Roll, Stretcher on bars, Stretcher on bars and framed

Print Size

24"x30", 18”x24”, 30”x40”