Artist: Linda Hartough Title: 2010 US Open, Pebble Beach 9th Hole (No. 21) Size: 15 3/8" x 27" Paper - Artist Signed and Numbered Edition (SN) to 850 / 36" x 21" Canvas Giclee Edition to 500 proofs / 60w" x 36h" Museum Edition limited to 100. - Select option from drop down box above.
About the Art : Renowned for its storied past and ocean front setting, Pebble Beach Golf Links will host the U.S. Open for the fifth time in 2010. With this fine art limited edition, renowned golf landscape artist Linda Hartough has painted what the official Pebble Beach website refers to as “truly the most difficult hole on the course.” However, its difficulty is tempered by the spectacular setting, and recent course enhancements under the direction of Arnold Palmer.
“When I look at a golf hole,” says artist Linda Hartough, “I have to see what players like about it—how a golfer plays it. Then I see it as landscape—as a work of fine art.” This print is remarqued with a sketch of the hole, the official 2010 US Open logo, and the official USGA logo. Hartough’s original paintings are in the private collections of Jack Nicholaus, Robert Trent Jones and Rees Jones among other greats of the game. Enliven your office or home with this signed and numbered fine art edition of the most famous location in golf, by the best artist of the subject.
About the Editions: In 1989, Linda Hartough was commissioned by the United States Golf Association to begin a series of paintings of the U.S. Open Championship courses beginning with the 1990 U.S. Open at Medinah Country Club and continuing each year. The collection so far includes 13th Medinah, 16th Hazeltine, 18th Pebble Beach, 4th Baltusrol, 18th Oakmont, 16th Shinnecock Hills, 16th Oakland Hills, 17th Congressional, 18th Olympic, 5th No. 2 Pinehurst, 8th Pebble Beach, 12th Southern Hills, 4th Bethpage,12th Olympia Fields, 9th Shinnecock,16th & 17th Pinehurst No. 2 and 9th Winged Foot.
About the Artist: A confirmed artist since the age of six, Linda was raised in the picturesque countrysides of Wilmington, Delaware and Louisville, Kentucky. Much of her early career was spent in Chicago where, after receiving her Fine Arts degree from the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1970, she made a living by selling her paintings locally. In 1980, Linda moved to South Carolina near Hilton Head where, in addition to painting landscapes, portraits and horses, she raised miniature horses.
In 1984, she was commissioned to paint the 13th Hole at Augusta National, thus beginning her golf landscape career. After an enormous response to her work at the 1988 PGA Show in Orlando, Linda focused her career entirely on golf landscapes.
Linda's approach to capturing a great golf hole is by spending a week or more at each course, taking photographs at different times of the day to capture all possible lights. She then figures out what is important or memorable in each view of a hole and makes sure this is included in the painting. Her memory serves as a less objective image of the hole. The combination of the two provides the unique view found in each of her paintings.
"I really enjoy painting golf landscape. It is some of the most beautiful and varied landscape in the world combined with a deep, historical sense of tradition that transcends time. The painting is a success when both elements emerge."
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