Saturday's win against the Baltimore Ravens was a work of art.

No, really.

The already-iconic photo shows Taron Johnson's run after catching an interception from Lamar Jackson during Saturday's game.

The photo, taken by Associated Press photographer Adrian Kraus, captures a jubilant Josh Allen leaping from the sidelines, in the background.

WKBW-TV's sports director, Matt Bové made the suggestion on Twitter, which the art gallery responded to in kind by officially adding Bové's tweet to the Albright-Knox's collection.

The description of the work reads: @MattBove, Championship Bound 2021, unique print," along with noting the piece is a gift of the City of Buffalo.

The Albright-Knox Art Gallery on Elmwood Avenue is currently under construction. The Albright-Knox Northland gallery is currently closed through February 11. Their next featured collection, "Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration" opens February 12.

This isn't the first Buffalo Bills related tweet to become part of the museum's collection. After the Bills win over the Steelers during Sunday Night Football in 2019, a selfie taken by Josh Allen with fans was added to the collection of other modern works of art.

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