Official Jeter Painting Released Ahead Of Legend’s Farewell

Posted on September 28, 2014, 6:08 am
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Yankee captain Derek Jeter is wrapping up his Hall of Fame career Monday, 29 September, 2014, but his legacy will be captured forever on canvas.

Dave Hobrecht is the artist behind Jeter’s official farewell art piece, “Jeter: Legends Call.” Commissioned by Jeter himself, Hobrecht’s timeless painting includes legends: Gehrig, Berra, DiMaggio, Mantle, Rivera and Ruth.

Only 150 limited edition prints are available, signed by both Jeter and Hobrecht and produced by Steiner Sports, the leading producer of authentic hand signed collectibles.

Prints can be ordered here.

 

About David Hobrech

David Hobrecht is a world-renowned sports artist. His subject mater ranges from baseball and football to surfing and skateboarding. Hobrecht says he could “do all sorts of moments in sports history and never paint enough.”

The Californian native has developed an artistic style using charcoal and pastel that is unique, with no true comparison. His classic black and white paintings create a sense of timelessness and grandeur with a level of detail, movement and realism that has catapulted him to the forefront of sports memorabilia.

 

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