Wilma Rudolph Framed Print


Wilma Rudolph was world-record-holding Olympic sprinter. She won three gold medals and broke three world records at the 1960 Summer Olympics in Rome. She did all this despite being told as a child that she would never walk again – nevermind run. She came down with both scarlet fever and polio growing up, which forced her to wear a brace on her leg. I don't know whether it takes a miracle or sheer determination to overcome that to become an Olympic champion, but holy cow. More people need to know her name.

Printed on archival and acid-free lustre Kodak ENDURA Premier Paper with archival, pigment-based inks, the 8x8 print comes in a 1.25’’ solid wood frame with a 2’’ white mat. The full size of the frame is 14x14 inches, and it has paper backing with sawtooth hanger. The frame comes in three shades; natural wood, white or black.

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