Coach of the Year (Auburn Football) - Original Oil Painting

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Coach of the Year
Original Oil Painting by Daniel A. Moore

In 1993, Terry Bowden led the Auburn Tigers to a perfect 11-0 season.  He was the first coach in history to accomplish this feat in his inaugural year as a head football coach.  At the time, Auburn was under probation by the NCAA for rules violations.

Daniel A. Moore's body of work, generated from a life-long labor of love, has grown well into the millions of dollars in created value. His fine art prints have been collected by art lovers across the U.S. and in several foreign countries. But above all, his fine art limited edition prints have become treasured heirlooms of his alma mater's faithful.

For each of his major releases the artist spends hundreds of hours and even 1,000+ hours in creating the original oil painting — the all-important masterwork for a fine art print production. Beginning in 1979, with the sale of The Goal Line Stand  for $10,000, his subsequent masterworks have sold for up to $80,000. In recent years the artist's original oils – each typically measuring 36" x 48" – have been certifiably appraised to establish fair market prices for up to $239,000 for The Tradition Continues ($1,870/sq. in.).

This original oil painting comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. It is framed in a two-toned mahogany frame and natural linen liner with gold fillet and a brass title plate (as shown).

Canvas Size: 26" x 33"
Total measurement with frame = 32¼" x 39¼"

This original painting is available for purchase. Please call us at 205-637-2942 (M-F 9am-5pm CT) for more information.

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