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Michael Deas

A Magnificent Journey
Arnold Palmer

Size: 16" x 24"

Limited Edition Giclée
Signed by Michael Deas and Arnold Palmer

375 Regular Edition, $1500 Retail *Sold Out
25 Artist Proof, $1500 Retail Sold Out
25 Printer's Proof $1500 Retail Sold Out
25 Arnold Palmer Proof, $1500 Retail Sold Out

* Gregory Editions has been allocated 50 of this Sold Out edition for sale exclusively to the art gallery trade. Dealers wishing to purchase prints from this edition may call Sales at 800-288-2724 or email sales@gregoryeditions.com.


Larry Dyke

The 11th at Augusta
Size: 30-1/2" x 40"
195 Regular Edition, $800
35 Artist Proof, $900
195 Canvas $1,200
35 Canvas Artist Proof, $1,300

The 12th at Augusta

Size: 26 1/2"  x  40"
195 Regular Edition, $800
19 Artist Proofs, $900
195 Canvas Edition, $1,000
19 Canvas Artist Proofs, $1,100
Available April  2001

Springtime at Augusta's 13th
Size: 24-3/4" x 45"
450 Regular Edition, $700
50 Artist Proof, $750
50 Canvas $800
  Sold Out 


Mark King

Golden Bell-Augusta 12th
Mark King

Jack Nicklaus calls the 12th “…the most dangerous tournament hole in the world.” The 155-yard 12th hole is perhaps the most famous par-3 in America. Watch the flag to see how hard the wind is blowing as it swirls off Rae’s Creek. It makes club selection difficult and can send a seemingly fine shot to a watery grave. Each hole at Augusta National is named for one of the plants or trees around the green ~ Golden Bell refers to the flowering spring bush also known as forsythia.

Brushstrokes Enhanced
Sale Price: $400.00
Price: $875.00

Mastering the 17th Hole
Mark King

The 17th hole at Warwick Hills is 182 yards, however, four bunkers gape at the approaching tee shots, and the green is the most fiercely sloped on the course. It sits in a natural amphitheater, one of the first examples of stadium golf. Architect Joe Lee had a mission in designing this hole, “Golfers want a challenge.”

Brushstrokes Enhanced
Sale Price: $300.00
Price: $750.00


Helen Rundell


The King and the Golden Bear II

Image depicts Palmer and Nicklaus competing together as teammates in the 1971 Ryder Cup Matches at Old Warson Country Club in St. Louis, MO. America defeated Great Britain 18 1/2 to 13 1/2

Silkscreen on Archival Board
Available September 01, 2001
Image Size 20" x 24"

275 Signed & Numbered $3,000.00 Sold Out
25 Artists Proofs $3,000.00 Sold Out

Hand Pulled Original Lithograph Sold Out
Image Size 15.75" x 19.75"

500 Signed & Numbered, $1,500.00 SOLD OUT
50 Artist Proofs, $1,600.00 SOLD OUT

The King and The Golden Bear

They are the two most beloved golfers of our time:Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus. Now, renowed artistHelen Rundell captures the charisma and power exuded by these golf legends in her breathtaking image of the famous twosome sitting on the Swilcan Bridge at St. Andrews.

Hand Pulled Lithograph personally autographed by Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus
Image Size 16" x 20"

500 Signed and Numbered, $1,500.00 SOLD OUT
50 Artist Proofs, $1,600.00

The 16th at Augusta

Image Size 17" X 31.5"
Hand-pulled Lithograph

500 Signed and Numbered, $600.00 Sold Out
50 Artist Proofs, $700.00 Sold Out

Rundell's images detail the artist's feelings about discovering the tranquil and timeless beauty of nature. Intimate and colorful, "The 16th at Augusta" allows us to relish and enjoy the beauty of this legendary golf hole. Rarely does golf art capture the essence of the game so well. Each image has been personally signed by the artist and America's first larger-than-life hero of the sport - Arnold Palmer.