Lot 405 of 629:
The End of Golf 1899 color engraving by JC Dollman  

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Lot closed - Sold For (Includes Buyers Premium):$240
Estimate:
$400 - $700

Title:
The End of Golf - color print

Author:
Dollman, John Charles

Place:
London

Publisher:
The Fine Art Society Ltd.

Date:
1899

Description:

Color print of a golfer with his caddy on the green. The golfer is staring hard at the hole, through bifocals. Mounted to board backing, ready for framing. 53x71 cm (21x28").

Lovely work originally painted by John Charles Dollman (1851-1934) and here reproduced in a color print from 1899. Dollman and his “works are exhibited at the Royal Academy in London” – Olman’s Encyclopedia of Golf Collectibles, p. 160. See the companion piece in today's auction "The Beginning of Golf."


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Condition:
Very faint dampstain at bottom edge and a few very light foxing spots; ready for framing, clean and bright. Very good.


 
Item number:
255019
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