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Sandy Lodge Golf Club, 'The 1st Green' - Harry Rountree

Sandy Lodge Golf Club, 'The 1st Green' - Harry Rountree

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Famously known for illustrating the 1908 children's classic 'Alice's Adventures in Wonderland', Harry turned his talent to golf landscapes on a tour around the British Isles. This charming and nostalgic picture of Sandy Lodge Golf Club, offers a glimpse of golf history in watercolour miniature.

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    Your giclée print is presented on museum grade, fine art paper. This printing method uses pigment based archival inks, ensuring sharp detail, high resolution and a full colour spectrum. Prints are unframed.

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    Harry Rountree

    Harry Rountree

    For golfers, Harry Rountree is best known for his watercolours in Bernard Darwin’s book, The Golf Courses of the British Isles. First published in 1910, Rountree's name was famoulsy incorrectly spelt on the cover! The book contains 64 plates or illustrations of which 49 are colour and 15 are monochrome.

    Born in New Zealand, 1878, by 1901, he had moved to London to pursue his career. From small commissions in journals and periodicals, he went on to illustrate Lewis Carrol’s Alice in Wonderland and count amongst his asociates Arthur Conan Doyle, PG Woodhouse and Bernard Darwin.

    All 64 prints, digitally remastered from the original plates are availble to purchase on Evalu18.