Philadelphia PGA Centennial Poster
Happy 100th birthday to the Philadelphia PGA! I was honored to be commissioned to create this Centennial artwork and worked in a new style, combining photo-collage and hand painting. The group photo is from the inaugural Philadelphia PGA Professional Championship at the now defunct Tredyffrin CC. The background image is from the same era and depicts the famous clubhouse and finishing hole at Aronimink Golf Club, host of the Centennial championship. The original version of this photo was generously provided by Hagley Museum. The man in upper right of the scene was named Percy Sanderson. He was a writer for the Evening Public Ledger who wrote under the name Sandy McNiblick and was co-doner of the trophy pictured. This was a unique piece for me and I found myself making up names and stories about each of the individuals as I painted them.
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Our posters are commercially printed by the thousands on cougar natural 65 # paper. Our posters are our top sellers and are the ones sold in the merchandise tents for all the Major Championships. A step up from our posters, our digital fine art prints of Lee’s paintings are brought to life with beautiful color accuracy and clarity on high-quality paper resulting in a near-exact replica of his original work. This is a great option for framing.
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Our U.S. Open artwork are sized differently than our other Major Championship artwork. We offer different sized prints of each image so they will be close in size, but not exact.
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