A good framed golf etching by James Dobie after the painting by Dendy Sadler. The picture depicts the negotiation of the stymie, a rule on the putting green that is no longer in force.
Signed in the margin by both Sadler and Dobie, and with a Remarque of the club house to the center.
Published by L.H.Lefevre & Son.1a King St. St. James’ S.W the proprietors of the copyright. Printed by J.Brooker & Co.
Walter Dendy Sadler (1854 – 1923) was born in the south of England in Dorking. At 16 he enrolled at Heatherly’s School of art in London to become a painter. He exhibited at the Dudley Gallery from 1872 and at the Royal Academy from the following year into the 1890’s. He liked to paint his subjects attired in old world costumes as can be seen in his golf works.
Image size: 10 1/4 inches high by 15 1/4 inches wide.
Art (paintings, prints, frames) Figures & Portraits