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"TANA UMAGA" Canvas Print [Stretched Canvas & Ready to Hang]
"TANA UMAGA" Canvas Print [Stretched Canvas & Ready to Hang]
"TANA UMAGA" Canvas Print [Stretched Canvas & Ready to Hang]
"TANA UMAGA" Canvas Print [Stretched Canvas & Ready to Hang]
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"TANA UMAGA" Canvas Print [Stretched Canvas & Ready to Hang]

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ArtbyAlexMateTuaoi
Regular price
$700.00
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$700.00
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** Orders will have courier freight calculated post sale and freight charges will be payable prior to sending of artworks. If you reside in Brisbane or Gold Coast, pick up option is available. International customers are responsible for import tax & fees due upon delivery.**

✔️ Our printers print on a heavy weight, fine weave archival canvas and seal with an Australian made archival UV sealant. Under accelerated longevity testing in the USA this sealed canvas has been awarded an archival life in excess of 100 years. Please allow 10 business days for your order and extra time for delivery depending on your location. 

'TANA UMAGA' ARTWORK STATEMENT
Tana Umaga was a local boy from my hometown Wainuiomata which is a small town in Wellington who are crazy about Rugby League. Growing up as a young teenager, I remember hearing about Tana going up in the ranks in league and then switched codes and also managed to do well in Rugby Union. I was excited together with the Wainuiomata community as we started witnessing our local boy from our small town very quickly become Wainuiomata’s first ever All Blacks Captain and the very first Pacific Islander to achieve such an honour. I have so much respect for Tana, if he can do pursue his dreams – why can’t you? What's holding you back?