Colour print of a painting depicting four images of Sir Donald Bradman. In all four, Bradman wears cricket whites, in three of them the baggy green cap. Images include a full-length depiction of Bradman walking with cricket bat under his arm and adjusting his gloves; a profile portrait of Bradman smiling; crouching ready to catch a ball behind the wickets; and having just hit a ball. A tall stand and spectators form the blurred background of the left half of the image, on which is also inscribed at lower left, "DON BRADMAN". Inscription printed beneath the image reads, "WISDEN'S INNINGS OF THE CENTURY / DON BRADMAN'S 270 - THIRD TEST MELBOURNE 1937", and the original signature of the artist, B.CLINTON at right in lead pencil. Double-mounted in white and light olive-green bevelled mounts; the whole framed by a wooden mount with gold-flecked recess.
0 - Whole: H: 518 W: 478 D: 17mm (H: 20 3/8 W: 18 13/16 D: 11/16")
Don Bradman; 27 Aug 1908; 25 Feb 2001
Kindly donated to the Melbourne Cricket Club Museum by the artist.