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d'ART ID#: 110245
Length: 9.25 in (23.50 cm)
Height: 34.50 in (87.63 cm)
Depth: 0.23 in (0.57 cm)
Framed: N
Year Created:
Media Types:
Lithograph , Paper , Photography
Style & Subject:
Automotive , Illustration , Vintage
Submitted by wash2006
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Tony Smith
Michael Makes His Point
Tony Smith
Limited Edition Prints - US $420.00

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"Michael Makes His Point" by Tony Smith

Limited Edition Photo Lithograph-MATTED

Edition Size - 395



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Tony Smith

"I became passionate about motor racing in the mid-forties at a time when there was no racing, so all my research about the pre-war period of motor sport was developed purely from books. The only speed I could personally indulge in was cycling and I became a keen racing cyclist. My first major journey took me from Birmingham to Silverstone for the 1948 Grand Prix, which I enjoyed immensely. My subjects have ranged from portrait painting & drawing planes, trains and military scenes, but it is the challenge of capturing speed in motor racing that occupies most of my time. Another of my passions is building sports cars, something I have done since long before I was even old enough to obtain my driving license."

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