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Length: 30.00 in (76.20 cm)
Height: 20.00 in (50.80 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: no
Year Created: 0
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Larry Dyke

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The 15th At Augusta canvas

Larry Dyke

Limited Edition Print - $350.00



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"The 15th at Augusta" by Larry Dyke
Limited Edition Lithograph
Signed & Numbered
Edition Size - 495


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LARRY DYKE
The 15th is one of the most beautiful and challenging holes at Augusta. With water and sand traps to contend with, it is a difficult par 5. It is also a hole with a lot of history. Gene Sarazen was behind the leaders in the Masters as he approached the 15th. His first shot off the tee was good, but not particularly notable. However, his second shot (using a wood) landed on the green and holed out. He scored a double eagle on the 15th to win the Masters!
Driven by his marvelous sense of humor, artist Larry Dyke has incorporated Sarazens double eagle into this piece by hiding two eagles within it. Can you find them?

A native Texan, Larry Dyke began painting professionally in 1976. His first lithographs were released two years later and today he has produced more than 100 limited edition prints. Larry's art has hung in the White House and in the homes of such distinguished personalities as Steve Allen, Shirley Jones, Vincent Price and Billy Graham. His work has also hung in the Vatican. At the personal request of Pope John Paul II, Larry painted Sharing the Faith, a tribute to the long and important role of the Church in America. Larry has also made a name for himself among golfers painting America's most beautiful courses.

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Artist Larry W. Dyke devotes his life's work to the interpretation of the beauty he beholds in nature. His success as one of America's most loved artists is proof of his distinctive ability to create a scene, which captivates the imagination of the viewer. Dyke's genius lies in his construction of intricate settings that even the novice art lover can appreciate.His inspiration and subject matter are fueled by frequent travels to the most scenic views in America, often accompanied by his wife and daughter. In the fall, he travels from his home near Houston to hardwood country Vermont, upstate New York and Tennessee. Over the Summer, he may head west to California or Colorado. Some of his scenes appear almost photographic, due to his exquisite attention to detail, while still retaining an artistic interpretation of the landscape. Dyke begins a piece with a composed sketch on a prepared hardboard surface; it is then refined until it takes his unique perspective.His deep personal belief in Christianity is the driving force, which guides Larry Dyke's life and work. In his paintings, Dyke captures not only the physical beauty of the great outdoors but also the spiritual sense of perfection he views as the handiwork of God's creation.A Native Texan, Dyke began painting professionally in 1976. His first Lithographs were released two years later and today he has produced more that 100 limited editions and a number of open edition prints. Many of these images were sold out shortly after release and all of Dyke's limited editions are now actively sought after by collectors.Since the sale of his first painting, Dyke's career has been an unqualified success. Dyke's art has hung in the White House and in the homes of such distinguished personalities as Steve Allen, Shirley Jones, Vincent Price and Billy Graham. His work has also hung in the Vatican. At the personal request of Pope John Paul II, Larry Dyke Painted "Sharing the Faith", a tribute to the long and important role of the Church in America.Yet, even with all the accolades for his original art as well as the immense demand for his limited edition prints, Larry Dyke continues to reach inside to strive for the excellence he sees in the natural world around him. "I believe my life and career have been guided by a commitment to my faith," Dyke says. "It has instilled in me a determination to develop my talent to the fullest."

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