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Arthur Weaver 16th Green Cypress Point

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Arthur Weaver 1962 print of 16th green at Cypress Point. Image size 18" x 24". Framed and matted size 28" x 32". Very rare print. The course located at the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains on the very tip of the Monterey Peninsula and the cliff top terrain is varied and thrilling. This is one of the most famous and best holes on the known earth. Featuring the most exhilirating tee shot in golf, over 200 yards is required to carry the Pacific Ocean to a peninsula green framed by bunkers, rocks, and ice plant.

Arthur WEAVER (1918-2008) was probably the leading contemporary Golf Artist of his time. He painted many golfing scenes both in Britain and in the USA. Originals hang at St Andrews and in the USGA museum and many have been successfully reproduced as Limited Edition prints. Arthur Weaver may be best known for his paintings of championship golf courses, but he is experienced in all phases of painting and drawing. Since graduating from the Hornsey School of Art (near London) in 1938, he has worked in various fields. But golf art is Weaver's claim to fame. His first golf course scene, the Royal Liverpool Golf Club, was painted in 1956. Since the early 1970s, his paintings and lithographs have been featured in galleries on both sides of the Atlantic. Original paintings can be viewed at the U.S. Golf Association Museum in Far Hills, New Jersey, and at prominent golf clubs throughout the world. 

 

 

 

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