Silver goblet or fluttering blue ribbon, winning a trophy feels great, whether it’s for tennis, golf, or horseback handiwork.
This lovely woman from the flapper era has won a silver goblet, but for what? Golf? Tennis? A cunning jacket?
Artist George Brehm perfectly captures the absolute satisfaction of a golf game played well. It’s even sweeter if a trophy (or better yet, money) is in the mix.
Horse and rider share a subtle hauteur that comes with winning that blue ribbon. (Actually, horses look like that all the time.)
Artist Alan Foster was fond of illustrating moments in sports, whether hockey, baseball, or tennis. Many of his covers had a humorous twist, but he painted this winning women with the significance the moment deserved.
The winner looks like she’s more interested in riding horses than hoisting trophies, but discomfort be damned: the MC is going to finish his speech!
Not all trophies are shiny goblets, and not all victories are on the field. Here’s to ol’ ladies at the ol’ ballgame!
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