Grand Prix de Monaco, 23rd May 1993. Driving the McLaren MP4/8 Fors, Ayrton Senna took the chequered flag to score a record sixth victory in the Principality. The image shows the Brazilian powering his car through Casino Square down to Mirabeau, with the magnificent splendour of the Hotel de Paris dominating the skyline.
Here is a lovely piece by Peter Eisenreich. It is an oil on panel painting depicting David Coulthard McLaren period.
It measures 32 x 21 in. A great piece for your office or mancave.
Coulthard RedBull painting after Peter Eisenreich
Here is a lovely piece by Peter Eisenreich. It is an oil on canvas painting depicting David Coulthard at the pit stop during the 2007 season while driving for RedBull. It measures 51 x 40 in.Great piece for your office or mancave.
Ayrton Senna "Magic" lithograph from Thierry Thompson original painting
Ayrton Senna "Magic" is a limited edition fine art print faithfully reproduced from from an original painting created by historical motor racing artist Thierry Thompson commemorating the magical and legendary Formula one career of Ayrton Senna. This is number 425 / 500
It is a limited edition lithograph printed on museum quality paper, printed with the fastest colorfast inks using 6 colors, two of which are fluorescent yellow and fluorescent red.
Limited to 500 impressions with 50 artist profs. Each print has been individually signed by Thierry Thompson.
All printed plates have been destroyed. Comes with CoA
'Monaco Grand Prix', after Randy Owens
'Monaco Grand Prix', after Randy Owens,
signed and dated '91 by the artist, rare limited edition color print (10/135) of only 120 actually produced, signed in pencil by Ayrton Senna, Jean Alesi, Gerhard Berger and Thierry Boutsen, depicting Senna on his way to victory during the 1991 Monaco Grand Prix, 66 x 101cm, mounted, framed and glazed.
Ayrton Senna confided with the vendor that this was his favorite print of him that he had signed.
Double Take by Nicholas Watts. Signed in Pencil by Freddie Spencer
Double Take by Nicholas Watts. Signed in pencil by Freddie Spencer. 850 edition print.
Spencer taking the 250cc world title on his Rothmans Honda at Silverstone, August 1985.