Framed Golf Art

Written by Sandy Mitchell
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Fine golf art has finally come into its own. No longer the realm of kitschy artists alone, golf themes have been embraced by respected artists such as Leroy Neiman and others. Abstracts, realistic landscapes of memorable golf courses, and photographs of famous players are all popular. Depictions of specific memorable and challenging holes on noted golf courses also make a thoughtful framed remembrance.

Collectible golf art includes autographed portraits and photographs, as well as limited production lithographs, signed or unsigned. Maps of courses and even scorecards can be framed for a special display. Large or small, personal or professional, golf art adds a nice touch to any golf lover's home or office.

Golf Art Comes of Age

A framed piece of golf art makes a much-appreciated gift. Father's Day, an anniversary, a thank you to a client for a large order, or a retirement are all good occasions to give a piece of golf art. Golf art isn't just for men, either. Increasingly women enjoy playing golf and watching golf tournaments.

Golf art is available via online golf art galleries, finer retail golf stores, and some country club pro shops. Increasingly, golf art is found on online auction sites, such as eBay and Yahoo. As with any art, prices vary widely depending on the subject, the scarcity, the artist, and whether it is signed.


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