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Vincent T. Lombardi - 1961

Vincent T. Lombardi - 1961

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On February 2, 1959, Vincent T. Lombardi accepted the position as head coach and general manager of the Packers. For his first training camp, he instituted harsh regimens and demanded absolute dedication and effort from his players. The Packers immediately improved in 1959 to 7–5, and Coach Lombardi was named Coach of the Year.

In Lombardi's second year in 1960, Green Bay won the NFL Western Conference for the first time since 1944. Lombardi led the Packers to the 1960 Championship game against the Philadelphia Eagles. In the final play of the game, in a drive that would have won it, the Packers were stopped a few yards from the goal line. Lombardi had suffered his first and only championship game loss. 

Lombardi coached the Packers to win their next nine post-season games.The Packers defeated the Giants for the NFL title in 1961(37–0 in Green Bay) and 1962 (16–7 at Yankee Stadium), marking the first two of the Packers five titles under Lombardi.

Artwork by James G. Ferrara

Museum Quality Print

Fine Art Paper - Archival Print 
S/N Limited Edition (ONLY 25 PRINTED)
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 13"x17"

Fine Art Paper - Archival Print
S/N Limited Edition (ONLY 25 PRINTED)
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 17"x22"

Fine Art Canvas - Archival Print
S/N Limited Edition (ONLY 5 PRINTED)
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Dimensions: 17"x22

Note: Canvas prints can only be mounted, not stretched when framing

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Museum Quality Prints

Cold Press Fine Art Archival Paper - An acid free, 100% cotton rag media with a bright textured finish. This paper has an extremely-high color gamut and black density.


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The Art of Champions

Artist James G. Ferrara has taken his dual passion for sports and art to create some of the greatest figures and unforgettable moments in sports history.

"His style of mixing articulated realism with inspired backgrounds captures his subjects at their essence." ~ Dave Kaplan