Dexter BROWN

1960 Tour de France Automobile | Poster


A Pullman Editions poster by Dexter Brown. The 250 GT ‘short wheelbase’ of Willy Mairesse and Georges Berger was victorious in the 1960 GT category of the Tour de France Automobile. Starting at Nice, the 1960 event featured a roundabout route - Mont Ventoux, Nürburgring, Spa, Montlhéry and Rouen before reaching the finishing line in Clermont Ferrand. This re-imagined poster is an original design and features artwork by Dexter Brown who illustrated period race posters in the 1960's and 1970's.

Overall size (cm): 97.0 x 65.5

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Type: Poster
Medium: Lithographic Print
Style: Abstract, Bold & Colourful
Framed: No
Signed: No
Colour: Grey, Blue
Year of Subject: 1960
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Dexter BROWN

Dexter Brown is one of the UK's leading motoring artists. His motoring art ranges from near photographic to completely abstract. Dexter Brown has painted cars from the early days of motoring up to the present time but his 'alter-ego' de Bryune confines himself to the golden period of motoring up to the Second World War.
Always keen on cars and motor racing Dexter started doing studies whilst at Harrow Art College. Excellent use of colour and the technique of splitting the cars into shapes with strong lines is a characteristic of his art.
In his early period (1960's) his works were hung on the walls of the Steering Wheel Club in London and this resulted in many sales and commissions for motor racing posters; many original examples of these can be found in our original vintage posters section.

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