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"Sam McGee Skull" original artwork stretched canvas print. This print is an homage to the poem "The Cremation of Sam McGee" as written by Robert Service. Sam McGee's beard is made up of flames, incorporating Robert Service's writing, of how he placed Sam McGee's body into the furnace.

He is wearing a Trapper Hat (worn by many trappers and non-trappers in Yukon), and inside the hat is a scene of the Northern Lights, as well as the frozen Lake LeBarge, and an image of the boat, Alice May.

Lastly, a smile is visible on Sam McGee's face since Robert Service wrote ""And he wore a smile you could see a mile".


- 15mil Canvas + Wooden Frame 

- Ready-to-use custom canvas print stretched over 1.5” wooden frames made from high quality North American basswood

- Printed with long lasting printing inks and hand varnished for protection

Sam McGee Skull - Canvas Print

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