Yuichiro Miura On Peak in Cervinia
This Hans Truol photo was taken in Cervinia, Italy in 1964. This is truly a breathtaking photograph. Even more amazing is the person standing on the peak who is none other than the Japanese skier and alpinist Yuichiro Miura. Besides holding the world’s speed skiing record in 1964 (for one day), he also became the first person to ski down Mount Everest in 1970.
This feat was documented in the 1975 Academy Award winning documentary film “The Man Who Skied Down Everest”. He later climbed Mount Everest in 2003 at age of 70, then 75, and finally at 80 years old, making him the oldest person to reach the summit.
Unique, timeless and beautiful, our Hans Truol vintage ski prints speak of the golden era in the history of skiing but also make striking additions to modern decor. We offer our prints to order in a variety of sizes and finishes (Barite, canvas with mirrored edges, three panel "split-image" on canvas). Please consult the attachment for further details.
All our Hans Truöl prints are delivered with a "Certificate of Authenticity".
- Italy (Cervinia)
- Purchased prints are without Watermarks and delivered with a certificate of authenticity
- Material Options
- Premium paper, Barite, Canvas etc.
- Other Options & Sizes
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