Postcard featuring photo of Ted Williams Painted Glove

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Ted Williams Painted Glove Postcard

Photo of Hand-painted baseball glove by artist Sean Kane.

Perfect for sending with hand-written notes, displaying in frames or just decorating the fridge door.

  • Pack of 6 postcards (same design) | $13.50 + $3.50 shipping | $17

Quantity
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  • 4.1" x 5.8" inches

  • Blank back with logo in top left

  • Printed in USA on 17pt satin finish card stock

  • Packaged in clear cello sleeve

  • Shipped in a rigid flat mailer

Ready to Ship in 1-3 days. Need it quicker? Just let me know.

Payment

Secure options include credit card processed by PayPal.

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Sean Kane Studio never receives your credit card information.

Returns & Exchanges

Contact me within 3 days of delivery.

Ship items back within 14 days of delivery.

If you receive any items that are damaged, please contact me within 3 days of receiving damaged item(s) and I will replace your items and ship them free of charge.

Shipping Policy

I ship from Canada. Shipping times can vary and are not under my control.

The following is a guideline to help give you an idea of typical transit times

  • USA: Standard Air Mail 7-15 days. Expedited options are available. Please inquire.

  • Canada: 2-10 business days

  • Rest of the baseball loving world: Standard Air Mail 7-20 business days

Please be aware that on occasion due to circumstances beyond my control, some orders may take longer to arrive than normal. Usually this is the result of weather or postal excess. If you are experiencing a delay in receiving your order, please let me know but please be aware that I only ship out replacements 30 days after your order was mailed. Lost orders are very rare but postal delays do happen unfortunately.

I'm not responsible for customs fees or duty that may be incurred during shipping.

Shipping charges include packaging materials and, when needed, insurance.

Whew, that's it! Now let's get that order ready for you!

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Sean Kane's baseball glove art is in the collection of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. His work has been commissioned by the Philadelphia Phillies, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and members of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Inquires about paintings and commissioning glove artworks are welcome. Please contact sean@seankane.com or telephone 519-836-5647.

Greeting Card featuring photo of Ted Williams Painted Glove

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Ted Williams Painted Glove Greeting Card

Photo of Hand-painted baseball glove by artist Sean Kane.

Perfect for sending hand-written notes, displaying on a bookshelf and giving as gifts.

  • Single greeting card | $4.00 + $1.25 shipping | $5.25

  • Pack of 6 greeting cards (same design) | $20 + $5 shipping | $25

Quantity
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  • 4.1" x 5.8" inches (folded size)

  • Blank inside, logo on back

  • Printed in USA on 17pt satin finish card stock

  • Packaged in clear cello sleeve with matching white envelope

  • Shipped in a rigid flat mailer

Ready to Ship in 1-3 days. Need it quicker? Just let me know.

BACK OF GREETING CARD

BACK OF GREETING CARD

Payment

Secure options include credit card processed by PayPal.

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Sean Kane Studio never receives your credit card information.

Returns & Exchanges

Contact me within 3 days of delivery.

Ship items back within 14 days of delivery.

If you receive any items that are damaged, please contact me within 3 days of receiving damaged item(s) and I will replace your items and ship them free of charge.

Shipping Policy

I ship from Canada. Shipping times can vary and are not under my control.

The following is a guideline to help give you an idea of typical transit times

  • USA: Standard Air Mail 7-15 days. Expedited options are available. Please inquire.

  • Canada: 2-10 business days

  • Rest of the baseball loving world: Standard Air Mail 7-20 business days

Please be aware that on occasion due to circumstances beyond my control, some orders may take longer to arrive than normal. Usually this is the result of weather or postal excess. If you are experiencing a delay in receiving your order, please let me know but please be aware that I only ship out replacements 30 days after your order was mailed. Lost orders are very rare but postal delays do happen unfortunately.

I'm not responsible for customs fees or duty that may be incurred during shipping.

Shipping charges include packaging materials and, when needed, insurance.

Whew, that's it! Now let's get that order ready for you!

sean-kane-at-desk-painting-baseball-glove-200x.jpg

Sean Kane's baseball glove art is in the collection of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum. His work has been commissioned by the Philadelphia Phillies, the Cal Ripken Sr. Foundation and members of the Baseball Hall of Fame.

Inquires about paintings and commissioning glove artworks are welcome. Please contact sean@seankane.com or telephone 519-836-5647.

A Career Captured on a Mitt: A Gift for Coop

Glove Art Commissioned as a Surprise Present for Cecil Cooper

Last year a Painted Glove featuring Cecil Cooper was created for the Milwaukee Brewers Fantasy Camp as a fundraising item, which turned out to be a hit.

That baseball glove art prompted camp friends and former Brewers teammates of Coop's to commission a new painting celebrating his impressive baseball career -- this time as a surprise gift for him.

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This gift was given to Cecil Cooper at Milwaukee Brewers Fantasy Camp earlier this month (Feb. 2016) in Arizona.

The glove features depictions of Coop's time on two American League Championship Teams: playing first base with the Boston Red Sox (1971-1976) and up to bat the Brewers (1977-1987).

Centered on the large mitt is the main portrait of him as a Brewer.

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Since Coop is a lefty, I chose an appropriate 80's era Rawlings first base mitt, just like the one he told me he used during his career.

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All the big stats and honors from Cecil Cooper's career are noted, including his Gold Gloves, All-Star games, Silver Sluggers and RBI Leader years.

Also, researching his 2192 career hits, I found that Coop ranked 112th on the All-Time Hits list at the time of his retirement.

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Cecil expressed excitement about the gift from his friends and says it will be displayed proudly at home between his Gold Glove Award and Roberto Clemente Award.

As the artist, it doesn't get much better than knowing that a creation is meaningful to the recipient.

 

 

 

Rob Deer and Camper looking on with Coop.

Rob Deer and Camper looking on with Coop.

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What a thrill to be a part of this gift and to have the opportunity to celebrate Coop's career as a player. Big thanks to David, Bill and Jerry for entrusting me with this commission for their friend.

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Sean Kane's baseball glove art is in the collection of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum along with private and corporate collections across the country.  

Inquires about paintings and commissioning glove artworks are welcome. Please contact sean@seankane.com or telephone 519-836-5647.

Baseball Glove Art featuring "The Kid" Ted Williams

One-of-a-kind Painting of Ted Williams on a Vintage Glove

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"The Kid" is featured on a vintage 1940s Ted Williams model baseball glove, painted by artist Sean Kane.

Updated (above) to include a few of his career highlights and iconic number 9.

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This glove painting has been sold.

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This antique three-finger Ted Williams-model baseball glove from the 1940s has his name stamped vertically. Metallic silver paint has been added to the deep stamping.

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The glove was a product of the Ohio store chain, Cussins & Fearn, as seen on the Ohio state-shaped stamping.

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Professional artist -quality acrylic paints were used for the glove art and it has been sealed with a matte acrylic coating.

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Nicknamed "The Splendid Splinter", "Teddy Ballgame", "The Thumper" and "The Greatest Hitter Who Ever Lived" -- "The Kid" was apparently his preference.

Stay connected with your baseball memories and show your admiration for one of the game's greats.

  • Approximately 11 x 9 inches (28cm x 23cm)

  • Original acrylic painting on classic leather baseball glove from Ted Williams' era

  • Hand-painted portrait and lettering of Ted Williams and his preferred nickname

  • Handsomely packaged in an archival, gift-ready box with a black display easel

  • For gifts, a card with your personalized message can be included

  • Created with top quality materials to protect its longevity and lifetime of enjoyment

Sorry, this glove painting has been sold.

For inquiries about other artwork, giving it as a gift, or other questions: Please phone 519-836-5647 or email sean@seankane.com

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Williams played his entire 19-year career for the Boston Red Sox, playing left field.

Number 9 (retired by the Red Sox) is regarded as one of the greatest hitters in baseball history, winning AL MVP twice, six batting titles and the triple crown twice.

His .406 batting average in 1941 was the last time any player hit over .400. His career batting average was .344 and he had 521 home runs.

Ted Williams was elected into the Hall of Fame in 1966. He managed the Senators/Rangers from 1969 to 1972.

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Sean Kane's painted baseball glove art has been exhibited at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, has been the subject of a solo gallery show in New York City, and is in private collections across the U.S.

His glove paintings have been featured on ESPN.com, NBC Sports.com, and MLB Network Radio.

Sean has been a professional artist for over 20 years and a baseball fan since he was old enough to wear his dad's old mitt.