#Shortstops: Painting America’s Pastime
So it’s only fitting that his work would be on display at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
Thanks to Kreindler’s recent donation, his painting, “Target of Fans’ Scorn,” is now on display in the Museum’s Frank and Peggy Steele Art Gallery.
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Kreindler is meticulous in ensuring that every one of his works is as historically accurate as possible. He hopes that as a result, people who see his work will be transported back in time to learn about some of the great moments in baseball history.
“The thing that I really try to impart with the work is that I really try to bring the viewer back to the game, to create a window into the past,” Kreindler said. “All of the details just become so important to me in all the paintings that I do. I think that’s why, maybe, I’m able to pull off the illusion.”
Janey Murray is the digital content specialist at the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum