James Fiorentino

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James Fiorentino is an American painter and illustrator who is known for his work in sports art and receiving celebrity autographs and endorsements.[1] Fiorentino has been featured on ESPN First Take, The New York Times, MSG Network's New York Yankee Pregame Show, and other television broadcasts and magazines.[which?]

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Fiorentino's work began to be displayed in museums and galleries when he was a teenager.[2][3] He received a B.A. degree from Drew University in 1999.[1] More recently Fiorentino was honored with an award at the Latino MVP Awards in 2011.[4]

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