Douglas Adams is best known for his British landscape scenes, which included fishing, hunting and golf. Three of his most famous paintings were completed in 1893 and featured views of the Caernarvonshire Golf Club in Conway, Wales. The three scenes were used to create black and white engravings – this image is known as A Difficult Bunker. This is a first impression of this now famous work – the third piece in his highly collected trilogy of golf.
Framed Size: 28" x 36.5"