|Artistry in Motion - Limited Edition Motorsport Print|
Jim Clark, one of motor racing's greatest drivers, whose dominance of the sport saw him win two Formula One World Championship titles and score 25 victories out of 72 Grand Prix starts. Graham Turners evocative painting captures the quiet genius behind the wheel of one of the green and yellow Lotus cars with which he was synonymous - the type 33 that he took to victory in five consecutive Grands Prix during the 1965 season. Available as a Limited Edition Giclée print, LIMITED TO 100 COPIES ONLY, the first 20 of which are reproduced on canvas just like the original oil painting.Our Giclée prints are individually printed using inks which provide the best colour and finest detail of any prints we offer. The whole process is under Graham Turner's control ensuring excellent quality and a picture that is as close to the original as possible.
|Artistry in Motion - Limited Edition print Ref: JC-M-99|
Print numbers 21-100 are individually printed on heavyweight (300gsm) acid free art paper.Overall print size including border 24"x 17" (60cm x 43cm)Each print is individually signed and numbered by the artist, Graham Turner.click on image to enlarge Scroll down to see a larger cropped detail image.
|Artistry in Motion - Canvas Limited Edition Ref: JC-XLC-189|
Print numbers 1-20 are individually reproduced on canvas, stretched on wooden stretcher bars just like the original oil painting.ALL 20 CANVASES ARE NOW SOLDOverall canvas size 32"x 20" (81cm x 50cm)click on image to enlarge
|OTHER JIM CLARK PAINTINGS AND PRINTS THAT MIGHT BE OF INTERESTTo view other Jim Clark paintings and prints by Graham Turner and Michael Turner that are available from Studio 88 CLICK HERE|
|Also available - Master at Work - Stirling Moss guides his Vanwall to victory at the 1958 Dutch Grand Prix.CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS|
|Graham HillOne of motor sport's most successful and charismatic drivers and the only man to win the Formula One World Championship, the Indianapolis 500 and the Le Mans 24 Hours. Graham Turner's painting shows him at the wheel of the BRM P57 that he took to his first Grand Prix victory - at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix.CLICK HERE FOR DETAILS|