Tom Morris at St. Andrews - Artwork


Golfing Picture as a copy painting of old Tom Morris of St. Andrews

This golfing picture is a photograph of  Tom Morris posing for the artist.Tom Morris worked as a green keeper, club maker, ball maker, golf instructor, and course designer, he played also match and tournament golf. He came second in the first Open Championship in 1860, and won the following year, following this up with further victories in 1862, 1864 and 1867. He still holds the record as the oldest winner of The Open Championship at 46. He was part of the only father/son couple being winner and runner-up to this illustrious championshipThe frame is 965mm x 660 mm in size, with a modern leather finish to the frame, the compilation is protected behind a special clear plastic film.