Divorce Italian Style Art Print

  • Limited-edition art print

    22" x 4" (flat)

Baron Ferdinando Cefalù (Marcello Mastroianni) longs to marry his nubile young cousin Angela (Stefania Sandrelli), but one obstacle stands in his way: his fatuous and fawning wife, Rosalia (Daniela Rocca). His solution? Since divorce is illegal, he hatches a plan to lure his spouse into the arms of another and then murder her in a justifiable effort to save his honor. The Criterion Collection is proud to present director Pietro Germi’s hilarious and cutting satire of Sicilian male-chauvinist culture, winner of the 1962 Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay.

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Limited-edition fine-art print by Jaime Hernandez, featuring his artwork for the Criterion Collection release of Pietro Germi’s Divorce Italian Style.

This first edition of one hundred prints was made with a digital fine-art printing method known as giclée, which produces an apparent resolution higher than that of a lithograph, and a range of color equal to that of a serigraph. It is printed on archival-quality acid-free paper with inks designed to last up to two hundred years without losing any detail or vibrancy. Each print is hand-signed by the artist.

22″ × 4″ (flat)


Jaime Hernandez, along with his brothers Gilbert and Mario, self-published the first issue of the seminal comic Love and Rockets in 1981, and it continues today as an annual series called Love and Rockets: New Stories. Jaime’s most recent books include Ghost of Hoppers, The Education of Hopey Glass, and the essential Locas: The Maggie and Hopey Stories, collecting work from the first fifteen years of Love and Rockets (all are available from Fantagraphics Books). Jaime lives in Pasadena with his wife and daughter.


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