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|Sports/ Event:||Formula One|
Ayrton Senna is widely regarded as one the best Formula 1 drivers of all time. A Brazilian racer who became three time champion, had 41 victories, and earned an astounding 65 career pole positions between 1984-1994. It seems the Monaco Grand Prix was tailor-made for Senna; which he won a record six times. This print depicts Senna rounding La Rascasse (turn 17) in 1989, with the iconic Monaco skyline and harbor in the background. My aim is to celebrate this man's career and lasting memory.
This is print number 13/300
The print is made with Canon's Lucia pigment based inks on Red River brand Aurora white paper. Outside dimensions are 13 x 19 inches, actual printed surface measures 11.5 x 17 inches. The print has a matte finish which is consistent with fine art offerings. Each print is hand signed and numbered, along the bottom, by the artist, Marc Filbeck.
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Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Schnelle Lieferung, allerdings war der Rahmen gebrochen (Transportschaden)I am very sorry to hear frame got broke in transport , if you would like to return item I will refund you sorry for any inconveniences
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