Tony Smith - 20th Century Digital Print, John Surtees - World Champion 1964
DescriptionA 20th Century limited edition digital print by artist Tony Smith depicting the world champion of car racing in 1964, John Surtees. The picture contains a blind stamp reading 'Washington Green', is signed in the bottom right hand corner and inscribed with 253/600 in the bottom left hand corner. The picture is printed on fine paper and displayed within a double card mount, one red as shown, and contained within a well presented wood frame. Details of the framing company are displayed on the reverse Signed and inscribed.
In fine condition.
24 x 39.5cm (9.4" x 15.6")Framed Size: 47.5 x 61.5cm (18.7" x 24.2")
During the time he can remember, Tony Smith had a passion for motor racing long before he cycled from Birmingham to Silverstone in 1948, to see the first Grand Prix. After graduating from art school, Smith's career includes graphic design and illustration in the advertising world. However, his first and greatest love, which remains painting, has pursued.
Tony's subjects have ranged from painting and drawing to airplanes, trains and military scenes, but it is the challenge of capturing the speed of motor racing which occupies most of his time, whether try to historical events or modern F1.
The combination of his two loves, cars and painting, allow Tony to produce masterpieces in the only proposal that we associate with Tony Smith. The great success of the partnership that maintains with Washington, Tony Green Fine Art Publishing Co. started in 1987 and have produced a number of best selling limited edition prints since.
|Dimensions||24 x 39.5cm|
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