Hall of Famer Andre Dawson Baseball Glove Painting

“The Hawk” Featured on Rawlings Glove Artwork


Andre Dawson Portraits on “The Hawk” Glove

Hall of Famer Andre Dawson featured on one-of-a-kind baseball glove art by artist Sean Kane.

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Andre depicted as a Chicago Cubs player. He played for the Cubs from 1987 to 1992, and received the 1987 NL MVP award.


The Hawk depicted at bat for the Montreal Expos. He played for the Expos from 1976 to 1986.


A custom Rawlings glove model selected by Andre Dawson, just like the one he used during his playing career, was used for the glove painting.


Glove Art Display

The painting was created with acrylic paints. It shipped with a museum display stand as shown here.

The Hawk finished his career with 438 home runs over 21 seasons and was the 1977 NL Rookie of the Year.

He was elected to the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2010.

Artist Sean Kane with Andre Dawson

Artist Sean Kane with Andre Dawson

Growing up a Cubs fan, it was truly a pleasure working with Andre to create this special artwork celebrating his Hall of Fame career.

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Interested in a custom baseball glove painting?  Just Let Me Know.

Sean Kane's painted baseball glove art has been exhibited at the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in Kansas City, Sherwin Miller Museum of Jewish Art, Tulsa, and 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.  More info >

Baseball Glove Art Featuring Eddie Murray

First Base Mitt turned into Painting of Hall of Famer Eddie Murray


"Steady Eddie" portrayed with career stats and milestones on Wilson A2800 glove.

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The detailed painting of Murray depicts him in his iconic batting stance, hat under helmet, wearing number 33 for the Baltimore Orioles.


He was a pivotal member of the 1983 Orioles team that became World Series Champions. Murray also played for the Dodgers, Mets, Indians and Angels.


Intricate hand-lettering highlights awards and stats from Murray's career.

The 1977 American League Rookie of the Year, Eddie Murray was also an 8-time All-Star and 3-time Gold Glove winner.

Murray is a member of the 3000 hits/500 home run club, with 3255 hits and 504 HRs along with 1917 RBIs in his career.


Eddie Murray was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown in 2003.


The mitt is a Wilson A2800 Dual Hinge, Pro-Back model from the 1980s, about 11 inches by 10.5 inches.


It was a particularly difficult glove model to find, but worth the effort as it personally connects to Murray's time in the game.

Photo research suggests that he used this style of glove during his years in Baltimore and Los Angeles.


This Painted Glove of Murray was commissioned by an individual collector and sits displayed on a museum stand.


Similar kinds of baseball glove artworks can be custom-created for you -- on a glove you already own or one that is sourced specifically for a painting.

Questions and inquiries are welcomed. Contact via Email or by phone at 519-836.5647.


This Glove art is sold.

It's among nearly two-dozen painted gloves created over the years that have been collected into this portfolio book, "Sean Kane Baseball Art", Available HERE.

Sean Kane Baseball Art: Paintings of Ballpark Heroes on Classic Baseball Gloves

Sean Kane Baseball Art: Paintings of Ballpark Heroes on Classic Baseball Gloves

Interested in a baseball glove painting? I can create custom glove art.  Just Let Me Know.


Sean Kane's baseball glove art has been commissioned by the Philadelphia Phillies, is in the collection of The National Pastime Museum and Negro Leagues Baseball Museum and private collections across the country.  Sean was recognized as “Artist of the Month” by the National Art Museum of Sport.