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CAPTAIN AMERICA Painting Art Canvas Poster Print
CAPTAIN AMERICA Painting Art Canvas Poster Print


 
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Product Code: N-CPT-AMERICA_ART

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17"x11" Inch Canvas
19" x 13" Canvas [Add $14.99]
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36 x 24 Canvas [Add $44.99]
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CAPTAIN AMERICA Painting Art Canvas Poster Print

The unique print on Rolled canvas is signed by the artist
There is a 1-2 inch white border around image on all canvas to allow framing without the need for matting.
Stretch Framed Art will have black border that wraps around side.

Captain America - Comic Book Hero

"Marvel's biggest success during The Golden Age, and one of the top-selling super heroes of all time, Captain America is, first and foremost, a manifestation of patriotism. His debut preceded his county's entry into World War II, and he rode the wave of public spirit that followed Pearl Harbor; thus he identified himself forever with a period that may have been The Golden Age of the United States as much as it was The Golden Age of comic books. Sentimentally, a certain nostalgia for the period remains, even among those who are too young to have experienced its triumphs and tragedies firsthand.
When the war ended, Captain America seemed to lose his purpose. Within a few years he was retired, and a short lived revival in the 1950s seemed to confirm fears that he had become irrelevant. His successful return in the 1960s however, ingeniously took advantage of the problem: Captain America was portrayed as a relic of a less complicated era awakened like Rip Van Winkle. Know his quest for identity and direction are the themes of his adventures; he seeks the meaning of freedom in a time where patriotism may not be quite the same thing as unquestioning loyalty to political leaders.

Of course Cap has always been wrapped in the American flag, yet he is best symbolized by the shield he carries. Creators Joe Simon and Jack Kirby originally designed it to be triangular, but soon after made it round instead. It represents both defense and a target, and when thrown like a discus, it also functions as a surprisingly effective weapon. A safeguard that draws fire and then fights back, the shield is the perfect emblem for Captain America.

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