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The Prize

Take home this stunning art print by Emanuele Taglietti. Board from 1984 that was used as the cover for the third issue of the "44 Magnum" comic.

The board, reproduced in a single copy on fine cardboard, has been hand signed by the artist. 

Print number : 1/1
Dimensions: 33 cm x 48 cm

Emanuele Taglietti, born in 1943, is an Italian illustrator, mostly known for his covers for digest-sized, adult comics.

After attending a local art school, Emanuele Taglietti studied design at the Experimental Centre of Cinematography, in Rome. He worked as a decorator and an assistant director for around thirty movies, including Federico Fellini's Juliet of the Spirits, Dino Risi's Dirty Weekend, and others.

By the early 1970s, the popularity in Italy of the digest-sized fumetti comics, whose themes were mostly sex, violence, and horror, was at its peak. Taglietti moved on to work as an illustrator for Edifumetto, the biggest publisher of fumetti in Italy. He painted more than 500 covers for such books as Zora the Vampire, Sukia, Mafia, 44 Magnum and Wallestein the Monster.

The Cause

History Life Onlus was born out of a group of young volunteers’ passion for history and culture.
Our belief is that knowledge is the heritage of us all and that every one of us should know his/her own past in order to become a better version of himself/herself.
At the center of our activities are the protection, promotion and enhancement of culture and art in all of their forms and expressions. To this end, one of our main goals for 2017 is to create a fund for scholarships for deserving but economically disadvantaged students.
We believe that knowledge is a right of everyone: every citizen of the world should have the possibility to access it, independently from his/her economic situation, because only instruction makes men truly free.

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  • In condition as donated.
Item #P42497

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