$119 for a Signed 23.5"x17" Milan Lucic Print from GreatSportsArt.com ($330 Value)

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Painted by Glen Green and packaged with a certificate of authenticity, the Milan Lucic print gives collectors a rare piece of sports art

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The rarity of autographed sports memorabilia can be traced to Michael Jordan, the first superstar to grant autographs only to those who could answer his riddles. Touch something an athlete also touched with this Groupon.

$119 for a Signed, Limited-Edition 23.5"x17" Milan Lucic Print ($330 Value)

The Milan Lucic print by artist Glen Green captures the Bruins skater in full stride wearing his Boston uniform—with a subtle Vancouver Giants logo in the background to remind fans of the player's roots. A letter of authenticity accompanies each of the 417 limited-edition prints, proving its rarity. This offer also includes shipping.

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GreatSportsArt.com

Since he was a young boy, Glen Green has found himself drawn to two passions—art and sports. In sports, he was particularly fond of hockey, football, basketball, golf, and boxing; in the world of art, the call of watercolor painting was one he couldn't resist. When his art became his career, his two passions became one, as he began creating realistic, action-packed paintings of such athletic greats as Wayne Gretzky and Michael Jordan. He now offers prints of his creations, giving shoppers at GreatSportsArt.com the option to adorn their walls with either original paintings or limited-edition copies. Some of the shop's offerings come bearing the autograph of the athlete they portray, along with a letter of authenticity that proves to neighbors that the piece wasn't part of the recent rash of celebrity break-ins to sign everything in sight.


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