Sunday, June 17, 2012

Golf Pictures for Your Interior Spaces

Are you looking for a beautiful landscape for executive boardroom wall – one that transports people to another time and place and has a special meaning? Golf pictures – both photos and paintings – can do all of that and more. If you’re choosing artwork for the C-suite, consider creating a themed suite of artwork concentrating on the most celebrated venues and moments in the world of golf.
Stunning Landscapes
Even those who aren’t familiar with the landscapes of golf can’t help but be captivated by a beautiful picture of a golf course. Is it any wonder? The top golf courses in the world were designed by course architects with as much an eye toward beauty as toward challenge. Few artists have ever captured both of those elements in quite the same way as Linda Hartough, who launched her career with a painting of the famous 13th hole at the Augusta National Golf Course in 1984. Since then, Hartough has painted nearly every famous golf course in the world and her golf artwork is part of the permanent collections at such noteworthy clubs as Augusta National, Laurel Valley, Pinehurst and Pine Valley. Legends of golf Jack Nicklaus, Raymond Floyd and Robert Trent Jones, Sr. are all proud owners of Linda Hartough original golf art.
Many of Hartough’s best-loved paintings are available as autographed prints that you can hang on your own walls to bring that special touch of elegance and class that only golf pictures can impart to a room.
Legends of Golf
Autographed golf photos can bring personality to your interior design. Golf greats may be among the most photographed of all sports stars, and many of the most famous golfers of all time have been captured on film. Some of the most engaging golf memorabilia features photos of such famous names as Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer and Tom Watson, often in classic poses echoed throughout the years. One could form an entire collection made up of nothing but champions of the British Open waving goodbye to St. Andrews Old Course from the Swilcan Bridge.
There are, of course, other iconic golf pictures that could find a home in your décor – the Ben Hogan golf swing photos, for example, which are among the most famous golf photos of all time. Originally captured as part of a sequence to illustrate the perfect golf swing, the Ben Hogan photos have become iconic images among the legends of golf.
Whether you need one autographed golf course picture or a full suite of golf pictures to decorate an executive suite, always purchase golf memorabilia through a reputable dealer who can authenticate your golf photos and golf art.

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