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    2016 Roy Hobbs "Card that Never Was" Original Artwork by Arthur Miller. One of three original paintings within this Signature auction from elite sports artist Arthur Miller, whose work has been exhibited as a one-man show at the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown since the year 2000 and is likewise featured in many upscale galleries and private collections worldwide. Several of his creations have appeared on the cover of hobby trade publications like Sports Market Report, and you'll find this one serving as cover boy for the March 2017 edition. Here he imagines a 1948 Leaf card for the titular star of the beloved 1984 film, "The Natural." Acrylic on canvas work measures 32x39" and has hangers affixed to reverse for easy display. Signed on front and verso by the artist.

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    May, 2017
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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