Thank you for your interest in my Gilles Villeneuve / Ferrari 126C2 Giclee Limited Edition Print.
The Canadian Gilles Villeneuve was a truly outstanding talent who had cat like reflexes behind the wheel some of his racing maneuvers are still talked about to this day.
He sadly lost his life in 1982 while driving the Ferrari 126C2 in a practice run for the Belgium Grand Prix at Zolder.
To this day many observers still say to this day that he was the finest driver they have ever seen and he would surely have gone on to win championships had it not been for the tragic events of that day in Belgium.
The Ferrari #27 will forever be associated with Gilles and Canada's grand prix circuit is named after Gilles.
The original art work was hand drawn by myself taking over 90 hours using the finest grade graphite pencils and oil pigmented artists colour pencils.
This is a Giclée Fine Art Print which ensures a minimum display life of 100 years under normal indoor conditions. It is part of a worldwide limited edition total print run of just 250 for the series.
Each print is individually signed and numbered by myself (the artist) and comes with its own certificate of authentication.
It is printed onto 280gsm acid free fine art paper and using pigment colours for more vibrant and long lasting results.
This print size is available in two sizes A3 (11.7 x 16.5 in) or A2 (23.4 x 16.5 in).
Prints are carefully wrapped in protective tissue paper and supplied rolled in a strong cardboard tube (Not framed).
This Item is available for worldwide shipping.
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The original artwork was drawn at A2 (594 x 420 mm) (23.4 x 16.5 in) size and is for sale P.O.A.