This special lithograph of Mary Lou Retton is part of the Texas Sports Hall of Fame series. At the 1984 Olympic Games in Los Angeles Retton became the first U.S. woman to win a Gold Medal in the All-Around gymnastic competition. She also won a Silver Medal as part of the U.S. Team, a Silver in the Vault and Bronze in the Floor Exercise and Uneven Bars. Her five medals in 1984 were the most of any Olympic Athlete. Sports Illustrated
magazine named Retton Sports Illustrated Sportswoman of the Year in 1984.
Only 150 limited edition prints and 15 artistís proofs were produced from artwork by Robert Hurst, the Official Artist to the Texas Sports Hall of Fame
. The edition was signed by Retton at her Texas Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony February 9, 2005. A certificate of authenticity is included with the print along with a photo of Retton signing. A portion of the proceeds benefit the Texas Sports Hall of Fame.
Unautographed print: $75.00Limited Edition Print
Edition size 150 with 15 Artistís Proofs
Signed and numbered
Autographed by Retton
Signed on bottom border in pencil
11" x 19 3/4" Above photo: Retton signing the print edition at her Texas Sports Hall of Fame enshrinement banquet February 9, 2005. Click on the photo to enlarge.