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Leroy Neiman Bethpage Black Course 2002, U.S. OPEN 2002

Leroy Neiman Bethpage Black Course 2002, U.S. OPEN 2002

Leroy Neiman Bethpage Black Course 2002 U.S. OPEN 2002. Tiger Woods won this 2002 Open, finishing at 277 (-3), three strokes ahead of runner-up Phil Mickelson. This is the 18th. Hole and at the far right, near the flag, Woods waits, hands on hips, for the other golfer's shot. Woods appears confident, imperial, waiting for his coronation as the U.S. Open King for the second time. Nieman traveled the world painting athletes in almost all sports, and he is considered the first major artist of sports in history. Nieman often paints in household enamel paint and features bold slashes of primary colors. Nieman. Limited Edition, Serigraph on Paper. Image Dimensions: 35.25x28". Ed. 99/350.


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