A Saskatchewan youngster who burst onto the NHL scene in 1975-76 by chalking up 95 points and winning rookie-of-the-year honors, Bryan Trottier was depicted at the dawn of his illustrious Hall of Fame career by world-renowned artist LeRoy Neiman. Best known for his brilliantly colored, energetic images of sporting events and leisure activities, Neiman is probably the most popular living artist in the United States. His unique, without any real comparison art stands alone and is loved by people around the globe. An original Neiman painting of Wayne Gretzky has sold for $75,000 in the past. This masterpiece measures a big 36” by 48” and includes writing on the back that reads “Painting of Bryan Trottier in 1976 - Restored in 1991 by LeRoy Neiman - New York.” A fascinating work of art for New Yorkers and the entire hockey world to consider, the one-of-a-kind treasure will impress your art and hockey-loving friends and colleagues alike. It was originally obtained from Bryan Trottier and will be accompanied by a letter of authenticity. Brilliant!