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Harbour Town Original by Moss THUMBNAIL
Harbour Town Original Oil on Canvas
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Royal County Down THUMBNAIL
Original Oil by Donald Moss
St. Andrews "Hell Bunker"by Grandison THUMBNAIL
Original Oil Painting ****AVAILABLE AS A PRINT****
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Winged Foot Original Oil Painting THUMBNAIL
Original Oil on Canvas of "9 West" Winged Foot Golf Club

Above you can find, 'Harbour Town,' a classic Pete Dye design. 
This beautiful oil on canvas of the 4th Hole, a classic risk reward by Donald Moss 1920-2010.  Beautifully framed measuring 31" x 37" (canvas 24" x 30") 

Donald Moss      

"Premier Sports Illustrator"

Growing up in Melrose, Mass., a small city seven miles north of Boston, Moss played sandlot baseball, hockey, and tennis. He spent summers traveling New England in search of every golf course he could play. His affection for natural beauty and sport manifested in posters he designed in high school and earned him a scholarship to Vesper George, a then prominent art school in Boston. Moss’ subsequent lifetime collection of art spans a wide range of artistic media utilizing oil, acrylic, tempera, watercolor and enamel for his representations of dramatic sports moments, places and figures.

After four years with the Marines, Donald Moss returned from World War II ready to work and eager to paint. He moved to New York where he attended Pratt Institute and began work as a freelance artist and designer for magazines and ad agencies such as Colliers and Esquire. His work is recognized by tennis players, skiers, golfers, car enthusiasts, and many who watch television. His accomplishments include trademarks and logos for AMF/Head racquets, Olin Skis, the American Broadcasting Company (ABC), and Mercedes-Benz. In 1978, Moss was commissioned to design the official poster for Super Bowl XII. Six million prints of the poster design were distributed nationwide bearing his name. His work has been commissioned by, among others, Arnold Palmer Enterprises, Golf Digest and Sports Illustrated.

 “I want to bring out the life in the scene so that a golfer or an observer who has seen the course or the event can look at the painting and mentally put himself there. I know I’ve been successful when the viewer says, ‘I was there, and I can appreciate that painting.’”


But even a viewer who has not seen firsthand the famed 13th hole at Augusta or the 14th at Mahogany Run in the US Virgin Islands—both available for viewing in the ASAMA collection—can appreciate the affectionate splendor of Moss’ painted interpretations of them.

After a unanimous vote to select Moss as 1985 Sport Artist of the Year, Academy President and CEO Dr. Thomas P. Rosandich wrote,

“All of us are overwhelmed by the great spectrum of his art, from the abstracts on the Sports Illustrated cover, to the quiet stillness of a hunting scene, and all skiing and golf in between, let alone twelve commemorative stamps.”


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