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d'ART ID#: 115404
Length: 30.00 IN (76.20 cm)
Height: 20.00 IN (50.80 cm)
Depth: 0.00 IN (0.00 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created: 0
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Style & Subject:
Landscape , Sporting
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Larry Dyke
The 15th At Augusta
Larry Dyke
Limited Edition Prints - US $215.00

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"The 15th at Augusta" by Larry Dyke
Limited Edition Lithograph
Artist Proof
Edition Size - 1000

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Please call 866-fine-art (866-346-3278) for additional information."

The 15th is one of the most beautiful and challenging holes at Augusta. With water and sand traps to contend with, it is a difficult par 5. It is also a hole with a lot of history. Gene Sarazen was behind the leaders in the Masters as he approached the 15th. His first shot off the tee was good, but not particularly notable. However, his second shot (using a wood) landed on the green and holed out. He scored a double eagle on the 15th to win the Masters!
Driven by his marvelous sense of humor, artist Larry Dyke has incorporated Sarazen’s double eagle into this piece by hiding two eagles within it. Can you find them?

A native Texan, Larry Dyke began painting professionally in 1976. His first lithographs were released two years later and today he has produced more than 100 limited edition prints. Larry's art has hung in the White House and in the homes of such distinguished personalities as Steve Allen, Shirley Jones, Vincent Price and Billy Graham. His work has also hung in the Vatican. At the personal request of Pope John Paul II, Larry painted Sharing the Faith, a tribute to the long and important role of the Church in America. Larry has also made a name for himself among golfers painting America's most beautiful courses.

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