Sir Stirling Moss and Jaguar Tribute Print
From an original painting by Peter Hearsey - The 1952 Monaco Grand Prix
June 2nd, 1952 and the lack of a current and credible Formula One entry meant that for the first and only time in its history the Monaco Grand Prix was run for sports cars. By mid-race Stirling Moss was so far ahead in the Jaguar C-Type that he was already lapping cars and on the way to what seemed a certain win. However, another car that he was about to lap had blown its engine and dumped oil all across the track further round the circuit. A multi car pile-up ensued, unfortunately including and eliminating Stirling.
This tribute edition is limited to 100 prints, each numbered by the publishers and embossed with the company seal of authentication. Each 594 x 420mm print is hand-made to individual order on 210gsm Albrecht Durer art paper by the Giclee process that allows the best possible colour replication of the original painting.
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