"Joe Montana, Memories of a Lifetime"

by

Stephen Holland

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Media :Limited Edition, Hand Embellished Giclee on Canvas
Edition Size :99 Numbered
Current Retail :$4,500.00
 
Description :Signed by Montana

Joe Montana, Memories of a Lifetime
Copyright © Stephen Holland, All Rights Reserved.


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Stephen Holland grew up in New York in the 1960?s. As a young boy he suffered from a degenerative hip condition and wore a leg brace that kept him from playing with his friends, but other talents blossomed and he grew adept at sketching his friends and teachers. He attended a special high school which devoted half of each day to art studies. Holland also took classes at the Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts and the Pratt Institute. He has a special relationship with the sports figures he paints, such as Muhammad Ali, Tiger Woods, and Sandy Koufax. He is also the Official Artist for the LA Dodgers.
Stephen Holland grew up in New York in the 1960?s. As a young boy he suffered from a degenerative hip condition and wore a leg brace that kept him from playing with his friends, but other talents blossomed and he grew adept at sketching his friends and teachers. He attended a special high school which devoted half of each day to art studies. Holland also took classes at the Art Students League, the School of Visual Arts and the Pratt Institute. He has a special relationship with the sports figures he paints, such as Muhammad Ali, Tiger Woods, and Sandy Koufax. He is also the Official Artist for the LA Dodgers.
Stephen Holland says \\\"I like the drama of Sports the way you see it on a TV closeup - like a slow motion replay. I like to freeze-frame the image and display it in everone\'s living room.\\\" Capturing the fury, emotion and drama of sports is what Stephen Holland does best. Being trained in fine art, he brings classical form to this universal subject. His paintings, lithographs and serigraphs are in private and corporate collections around the world including the Staples Center Downtown Los Angeles.
Stephen Holland says \\\"I like the drama of Sports the way you see it on a TV closeup - like a slow motion replay. I like to freeze-frame the image and display it in everone\'s living room.\\\" Capturing the fury, emotion and drama of sports is what Stephen Holland does best. Being trained in fine art, he brings classical form to this universal subject. His paintings, lithographs and serigraphs are in private and corporate collections around the world including the Staples Center Downtown Los Angeles.