New Painting of Aaron Judge Titled 62

NY Yankees Aaron Judge

Original painting created by artist Edgar J. Brown 2022 |

Hand painted on canvas New York Yankees Aaron Judge American League MVP titled 62.

In this painting I wanted to actually capture the moment, movement and the historic NY Yankees impact as he breaks Roger Maris record he set in 1961. The blue highlight represents Roger Maris spirit shining his light down on Aaron Judge… that spiritual moment 62nd home run was hit.
The background is intentionally black and white capturing that 1961 New York Yankees old school vibe with the stadium split in half. The right side is the traditional Yankees architect and the left side is the Texas Rangers Stadium with three banners displayed – 60 for Babe Ruth, 61 for Roger Maris, 62 for Aaron Judge and the Yankees side has two banners All Rise and MVP.
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1992 Giants Today Show interview with Sports Artist Edgar J. Brown

Found this old video of me being interviewed by the New York Giants for the Giants Today Show in 1992.
Been almost 30 years ago when the NY Giants came to my art studio in Passaic NJ.
It was my first interview and I was so nervous, you definitely can tell.

Commemorative Hambletonian Artist 1994 and 1996

The Hambletonian at the Meadowlands Racetrack, is the most prestigious race in Harness Racing. It’s hard to believe that almost three decades ago I was named the Hambletonian artist of the year in both 1994 and 1996.  The original 1994 painting is currently hanging in the Meadowlands Racetrack corporate office. The 1996 original painting is in my private collection, both paintings were published and the image was used to create 275 limited editions lithographs, 2500 posters and 30,000 program covers.  I was thrilled to hear that in 1995 the Hambletonian artist of the year was Leroy Neiman.

Wallington High School Academic Hall of Fame

Honored to be inducted into the Wallington High School Academic Hall of Fame. I graduated from Wallington High School in 1982 a small town in Bergen County New Jersey, after 39 years the school contacted me and said I was inducted into the Hall of Fame for my accomplishments in the art world. This truly is an honor to be for me and I am extremely grateful to all of you who voted for me.

Big John McCarthy UFC Referee

I had the honor of being commissioned to paint the former UFC Referee Big John McCarthy. The painting they wanted me to create was of a famous UFC 71 fight between Chuck Liddell and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson. They submitted a photograph of Big John McCarthy stopping the fight between the two fighters to use as a reference. They gave me creative liberties in how I approached the event and portrayed the crowd. Essentially this was an iconic fight in history and Big John has played a huge roll in the history of the Ultimate Fighter. I needed to make this monumental moment come to life, I needed to make you feel the event, to hear the crowd coming to life as Big John jumps in to protect a champion who has just succumbed to his challengers blows. The original painting is 30″ x 40″ acrylic on museum-quality canvas that was delivered to Big John McCarthy.

Big John McCarthy & Loretta Hunt

MMA Fighter David Branch

Worked on this new commission painting of UFC Fighter David Branch. The painting takes you into the cage where David is fighting his heart out securing victory over his opponent. A New York born and raised young man who’s spirit is depicted watching over the city.

Adversity Wrestling Fine Art Painting

Just completed another commissioned sports painting, this time of a wrestler. The wrestling painting is of Nicky Raspantini a young emerging wrestling stud from New Jersey. The fine art sports painting captures what it would feel like to wrestle in the NCAA finals, Madison Square Garden crowd going nuts and the names of the top college wrestlers glowing from the lights.

The Adversity a wrestler goes through just to get to this get your hand raised in the NCAA Wrestling Tournament is as tough as it gets. Some of the college wrestlers names that appear in this painting. BROWN, LEE, CRUZ, LIZAK, RETHERFORD, JOSEPH, VALENCIA, SNYDER, GROSS, NOLF, etc. The 2018 original acrylic painting is 30″ x 40″ on museum quality canvas.

Eagles Carson Wentz

“A great eagle with great wings” Ezekiel 17:3
My painting of a great football player on and off the field – Carson Wentz.
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints available. Licensed by the NFL and the NFLPA. Proceeds benefit the Deacon Jones Foundation.

New Painting of Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Just Finished the Floyd Mayweather Jr. Painting. Titled “A True Champion will Fight Through Anything”. a quote from Floyd Mayweather Jr. The orginal painting is an acrylic on heavy weight canvas and is a standard museum size 24″ x 36″.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Give the Gift of Fine Art this Holiday Season

Give the Gift of Fine Art this Holiday Season. Visit the Edgar J. Brown Sports Art Collection featuring paintings of legendary New York Giants Football Players, like Phil Simms, Jeff Hostetler and Mark Bavaro. Limited number of fine art prints are available online in our store.