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Weaver, Arthur - Old Tom Morris Signed Print

Thomas Mitchell Morris (16 June 1821 – 24 May 1908), otherwise known as Old Tom Morris was a true pioneer in the game of golf, winning the Open Championship four times at Prestwick, where all the early championships were played. After his second win in 1862, he was appointed Professional to the Royal & Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews where he was affectionately known as "Keeper of the Greens."

Artist Arthur Weaver (1918-2008) was born in London in 1918 and educated at the Hornsey School of Art (1934-1938). Upon his release from the National Service in 1947 he moved to Wales and took up teaching art at Cardiff School of Art. Widely accepted as the leading contemporary golf artist, the combination of exceptional figure study, together with the combination of a skill for landscape painting has resulted in a wide popularity. Since having painted his first golf scene of Royal Liverpool in 1956 he has become one of the most respected of contemporary golf artists and paved the way for many artists depicting golf throughout the world.

He has painted some of the finest golf courses in the world and his paintings hang in some of the leading golf collections including the USGA museum and St Andrews, as well as many clubs and private collections both sides of the Atlantic.

Limited to 650 prints, this unframed print has been signed by artist Arthur Weaver.

Unframed Print Size: 20"x25"

Item: A678