Tuesday, February 26, 2013

St. Andrews Golf Art, An Exceptional Online Resource for Fine Art Devoted to the Game

Ben Hogan at Merion Golf Club by Walt Spitzmiller

Historic tournaments, iconic courses, golf legends and champions represented in extensive collection

(St. Andrews, Scotland)—Collectors and admirers of the finest golf art have discovered the online resource, St. Andrews Golf Art (www.standrewsgolfart.com), from which to acquire work from highly regarded contemporary artists who have memorialized the game’s legends, historic courses and iconic competitive moments on canvas, in sculptures, illustrations or other media. St. Andrews Golf Art offers discriminating aficionados a range and quality of fine golf art never before made available through one company.

The renowned international artists represented by St. Andrews Golf Art include: Walt Spitzmiller, Joe Austen, Adriano Manocchia and Simon Russell. Their sought-after work is exhibited in museums, galleries and clubhouses, as well as held in private and corporate collections around the world. Each artist has a distinctive style that showcases aspects and interpretations of the game’s rich heritage and vital spirit.

St. Andrews Golf Art was established in order to offer the very best representation of current art that pays tribute to various aspects of this ancient game. The participating artists have established themselves in their field and have concentrated on golf as an inspiration for significant portfolios of work. From the legends and colorful characters to the verdant playing fields and historic competitions, St. Andrews Golf Art is committed to offering an unsurpassed range of golf art to suit any collector or club.

The available art is viewable by individual categories, such as Golfers, Tournaments, Courses and Collections. St. Andrews Golf Art offers original art, limited and open edition giclee prints (paper and canvas) and bronzes. Prices range from $150 to $12,500.

St. Andrews Golf Art was established with the intent of “Celebrating Golf’s Greatest” and new works by contemporary artists, as well as rare collectibles, are regularly added to the offerings. St. Andrews Golf Art also welcomes inquiries for special commissions from golf clubs, corporate clients or individuals who appreciate the appeal of acquiring a significant piece(s) of art from one of the world’s foremost golf artists.

To view the collection galleries, visit www.standrewsgolfart.com.

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