Format Print 66/45-82/63 Overall Size cm. - Signed by Luigi Chinetti - Limited 466/500 Pcs/With Certficate
|Object type:||Decorative item|
Luigi Chinetti's second victory at Le Mans in 1934 was notable for his outstanding driving and his pit crew's ability to produce chewing gum on demand to stem the flow of fuel from a fractured petrol tank. Driving an Alfa 8c 2300 with Philip Etancelin, it was to be Alfa's final victory at Le Mans. The image depicts Chinetti leading an Aston Martin Ulster and a Lagonda through Tertre Rouge
Signed by : Luigi Chinetti and the Artist.
As a young boy, the sight of an RAF squadron flying over Nicholas Watts' house sparked a passion for capturing a moment in time. Early classroom sketches of dogfights, aerial battles, Spitfires and Hurricanes, developed into a mastery of technical art. Nicholas Watts grew up near Brands Hatch and the experience of watching motorsport from an early age also had a profound effect on Watts. He was soon channeling his artistic flair into his first ever car commission, a Bugatti Type 37A. Nicholas Watts has a passionate and atmospheric style in his work. His technical grounding and the sense of proportion and perspective that it teaches shines through within all of Nichoals Watts' pictures.
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