Print: Fenway Park

Limited edition of just 500 prints, you will receive a 4x6 print with a matte border, ready to fit into a 5x7 frame. This limited edition print is hand signed and numbered by the artist, and is just $19.95 including free shipping!

From The Artist:

"There's nothing that symbolizes my adopted hometown of Boston more than the Red Sox and Fenway Park. Forest promised me he wouldn't have an accident in all that grass."


Home to the likes of Cy Young, Babe Ruth, Ted Williams and Carl Yastrzemski, Fenway Park itself has captivated baseball fans since its opening day on April 20, 1912.

In 1904, Boston Globe owner Henry Taylor bought Boston's baseball team, the Boston Pilgrims. He changed the team's name to the Boston Red Sox and by 1910 announced the building of a brand new ball park named for its location near the Fenway area of the city.

The Boston Red Sox beat the New York Islanders (later the Yankees) 7-6 in 11 innings to the delight of the 27,000 fans in attendance.

Fenway Park