Golf Prints by A. B. Frost


This series of golf pictures are by famed American illustrator, Arthur Burdett Frost (A.B. Frost). Frost created thousands of illustrations for Harper's Weekly, Scribner's and Life magazines during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. He completed hundreds of watercolors and oils and is probably best known for his hunting, shooting and golf prints that capture the drama of sport in realistically detailed settings. These sports prints are about the greatest game ever played and are from the Scribner's 1895 article, Golf, by Henry E. Howland.

 
A. B. Frost golf art print
Antique Golf Print: "Leg Wrappings" by A. B. Frost
 
A. B. Frost Golf Art Print A Good Lie
Antique Golf Print: "A Good Lie" by A. B. Frost
 
A. B. Frost, The Drive

Antique Golf Print: "The Drive" by A. B. Frost

 
A. B. Frost, On The Green
Antique Golf Print: "On The Green" by A. B. Frost
 
A. B. Frost, Four Strokes
Antique Golf Print: "Four Strokes" by A. B. Frost
 
A. B. Frost, Fore
Antique Golf Print: "Fore!" by A. B. Frost
 
A. B. Frost, Playing As If He Owned the Green
Antique Golf Print: "Playing As If He Owned the Green" by A. B. Frost