"No. 18 at the Old Course at St. Andrews Links", LIMITED EDITION Prints

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No. 18 at the Old Course at St. Andrews Links
56° 20' 35.52" N, -2° 48' 25.20" W
Designed by Old Tom Morris

Original:
Oil on canvas, 36 x 48

 

Printed on archival fine art paper or giclee canvas; signed and numbered in-studio.

“This is the origin of the game, golf in its purest form, and it’s still played that way on a course seemingly untouched by time. Every time I play here, it reminds me that this is still a game.” — Arnold Palmer

The ancient crossing of Swilcan bridge might be one of the most celebrated bridges in history.  Learn more about this course here.

See the process of painting the Old Course at St. Andrews Links here.

 

PRINTED TO ORDER- your print will be printed on fine art quality canvas or paper after your order.  We do this so we can make sure your print is perfect!  This artwork is not stretched, and canvas prints include a white margin border to allow for your framing/stretching customizations.  Your print will arrive in a protective tube.  Because each print is printed to order, please expect 2 weeks before shipping.  


 

This product is officially licensed by St. Andrews links.  St. Andrews Links, St. Andrews, Home of Golf, Old Course, Jubilee Course, Castle Course and New Course are all registered trade marks of St. Andrews Links Trust.  All rights reserved.

Testimonials

★★★★★

THANK YOU!!! We gave the painting to my mother this weekend and she cried when she saw it. She LOVED it!! It was the perfect gift! (we loved the behind the scenes video as well. I've watched it a million times already).

Mary Ann
Los Angeles, CA
★★★★★

The golf painting is perfect. We put it above the bar cart and it makes the room. Thanks again!

Sam
Charleston, SC

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Why by an original?

Each painting is created in the studio in Nashville, Tennessee with high quality oil paint and archival canvas. From laying down an imprimatura to utilizing various glazing techniques, Aimee incorporates painting methods that have been used for centuries to create a realistic yet impressionistic approach.

Read the blog to see some of these techniques and materials.

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