Grand Prix Automobile De Monaco autographed by Panis by Nicolas Watts
Grand Prix Automobile De Monaco “Panis First-Ligier’s Last 1996”
SIZE: 27 1/2″ X 20″
Olivier Panis at the wheel of his Ligier Mugen-Honda JS 43 managed to avoid all the traps set by the wet Monaco track to score his first F1 Grand Prix victory. Here, he heads down to the Loews hairpin pursued by a Tyrell and an Arrows.
Paul Oz is the buzz word in Formula One art; widely acclaimed for his explosive and energetic artworks and well-respected for his genuine passion for the sport.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase a Paul Oz original! Perfectly captured in Paul Oz trademark style, this original artwork portrays Lewis Hamilton after his 2018 win.
Layered in thick oil paints, this original artwork is painted on board and measures 100 x 92cm.
Paul has been commissioned by both Instituto Ayrton Senna and James Hunt’s family, and has created work personally for Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton, Max Chilton, Karun Chandhok, Paul Hembery and Tamara Ecclestone.
No Idols by Paul Oz
Signed, Numbered & Certified original artworks. Consisting of a hand-pulled screen print on gallery box-stretched canvas. Hand painting with acrylics, splattering & fully encapsulated with imported Diamond Dust. Float framed in black grained solid wood L-Float moulding. (Frame available in Black and white)
Size: 38" x 48"
Designed To Win – Ayrton Senna (canvas) by Paul Oz
Size: 42" x 36"
“Schumacher Triumphant” 1999 Monaco GP – Signed by MICHAEL SCHUMACHER and Nicholas Watts
Grand Prix de Monaco 1999
Art Print by NICHOLAS WATTS
“Michael Schumacher is shown leading the field through the Ste Devote on the opening lap. Driving his Ferrari F399 he recorded his record breaking sixteenth victory for the Prancing Horse.”
ONLY ONE PRINT LEFT OF THIS GREAT NOW SOLD OUT LIMITED EDITION OF 500
PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED by MICHAEL SCHUMACHER.
Tribute to Ford: The 1965 Indy 500 by Nicholas Watts
Artist: Nicholas Watts
Edition signed by: Parnelli Jones, Len Terry and Mario Andretti.
Driving a Lotus 38, Jim Clark averaged over 150 mph for the first time to win the 1965 Indianapolis 500. Into second place came Parnelli Jones driving the Hurst Special followed by Mario Andretti in the Dean Van Lines Special. The first three cars were all powered by Ford.