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Martini in Motorsport Art Exhibition

MARTINI IN MOTORSPORT – 50 YEARS. At the dawn of motor racing the colours of the racing cars were determined by either the manufacturers or their racing driver customers. As international racing became prominent in the early 1900’s the cars competing in these races were given a ‘country colour’ – green for Britain, blue for France, Red for Italy, white for Germany for example. This way of determining colours continued up until the late 196…

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Race Retro 2018

Historic Car Art returns to Race Retro for the 13th year in a row. Showcasing work from the best British automotive artists, original paintings are exhibited alongside contemporary artwork on composite aluminium panels and more traditional format limited edition prints and sculpture.[Sneak Preview of new Frederic Dams image – visit the stand to see the full artwork…]The work of John Ketchell and Frederic Dams are not to be missed. Both will hav…

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John Ketchell Study Paintings

In a recent visit to the art studio of John Ketchell we uncovered a selection of 7 study paintings. These original paintings are usually small versions of larger final paintings and not often offered for sale. Study paintings are a great way of purchasing original art at a relatively modest price. These paintings range from £150 to £225. Each is unique and would make a lovely gift…  

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1966 | 50 years of motorsport | Artwork | Prints

Motorsport Artwork to celebrate 1966.50 years ago  motorsport had been around for almost 70 years, admittedly not as we know it today!From the early dawn race cars had advanced to a stage that in 1966 cars would reach speeds of over 200mph in the Le Mans 24 hours race. The safety of the cars was yet to make such advances, and although they were greatly improved from the early days, the driver’s safety was very much an afterthought.The biggest …

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