Paine Proffitt is a well-regarded artist from the Philadelphia area, now based in England. He's worked with the Boston Red Sox, Minor League Baseball, West Bromwich Albion FC, Sunderland AFC, Aberdeen FC, Port Vale FC, Grimsby Town, Aston Villa, Derby County, Nottingham Forest, Brentford and others. Proffitt also has artwork in the permanent collections of The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum, The National Pastime Museum, The World Rugby Museum and exhibited at The National Football Museum.
Before they were the Maple Leafs they were the St. Patricks. Toronto's hockey club went by this name from 1919 until 1927, winning one Stanley Cup in that time. The St. Pats, as you might guess, wore green. When Conn Smythe took over the club in '27, he changed team name and brought back the blue, originally used by the Toronto Arenas.
This amazing, one-of-a-kind painting shows off Proffitt's signature style. It is rustic, textured, and extremely detailed
- 23.5 inches L x 16.5 W x 0.75 D
- Acrylic with collage on canvas
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