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Emilio Salgari: Sandokan

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Swashbuckling, daring, and eager for adventure. Emilio Salgari, Italian author known best for his character Sandokan, otherwise called The Tiger of Malaysia.

Emilio Salgari was born in Italy in 1862. He is best known for swashbucklers such as "Sandokan". His works inspired countless youth during his lifetime to pursue a life of exotic adventure. Often considered the father of Italian adventure fiction and Italian pop culture, Salgari is still one of the most widely translated Italian authors. After various depressing events, he committed suicide by imitating the Japanese ritual of seppuku.

A tiger's footprint (one of the most prevalent animals in the works of Salgari), is created here utilizing only tiger stripes. We may deem it a tiger within a tiger...


Prints

  • Kodak Professional Paper
  • Gorgeous luster finish
  • Archival value of 100 years.

Canvas

  • Gallery-wrapped around 1.5" thick wooden frame
  • Acid free fabric
  • Arrives ready-to-hang

Collections: Literary Prints

Category: Adventure, August, Italian

Type: Literary Print



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WOMEN XS S M L XL 2XL
Chest (A) 30.5 in
77.5cm
32.5 in
82.5 cm
34.5 in
87.6 cm
36.5 in
92.7 cm
39.5 in
100.3 cm
42.5 in
108 cm
Length (B) 24.75 in
63 cm
25.5 in
64.8 cm
26 in
66 cm
26.5 in
67.3 cm
27.25 in
69.2 cm
28 in
71.1 cm

MEN S M L XL 2XL 3XL
Chest (C) 38 in
96.5 cm
41 in
104.1 cm
44 in
111.8 cm
48 in
121.9 cm
52 in
132.1 cm
56 in
142.2 cm
Length (D) 28 in
71.1 cm
29 in
73.6 cm
30 in
76.2 cm
31 in
78.7 cm
32 in
81.3 cm
33 in
83.8 cm

LONG-SLEEVE (MEN / FITTED) S M L XL 2XL
Chest (E) 37 in
94 cm
40 in
101.6 cm
43 in
109.2 cm
47 in
119.4 cm
51 in
129.5 cm
Length (F) 28 in
71.1 cm
29 in
73.6 cm
30 in
76.2 cm
31 in
78.7 cm
32 in
81.3 cm
Sleeve Length 26.0in
66 cm
26.5in
67.3 cm
27.0 in
68.6 cm
27.5 in
70 cm
28 in
71.1 cm

Measurement Notes:
Chest is measured 1" below armhole.
Body length in the front from highest point of shoulder.
Sleeve length from shoulder edge