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"Oops Can anyone help me find the soap?""
"Oops can anyone help me find the soap? A humerous and cheeky artwork showing an pair of sexy legs wearing iconic Christian Louboutin high heeled shoes sexily dangling over an overflowing bath...oil painting on canvas and limited edition A2 prints for the home.
Longtail - McLaren F1 GTR
McLaren F1 GTR car painting, oil on canvas and limited edition prints of The F1 GTR was a race car based on the F1, built by McLaren and supplied to race teams (never run as a factory team) in 1995. It raced in a number of GT races including the 24 hours of Le Mans, where it won on its debut.
“Niki Lauda” – Great F1 driver F1 art Original oil painting on linen 60cm x 80cm and 100 limited edition A2 prints of the iconic 1970’s F1 World Champion racing driver Niki Lauda, rival and friend of James Hunt for many years. The great Niki Lauda – F1 Driver Niki Lauda, was born Andreas Nikolaus Lauda, on February 22, 1949, in Vienna, Austria. Niki won three Formula One (F1) Grand Prix world championships (1975, 1977, and 1984), during his career – the last two of which came after his remarkable comeback from a horrific crash in 1976 that had left him severely burned and close to death.
Historic art oil painting of a Lamborghini Countach. The Italian word Countach is not easy to be translated straightly into English. It is an expression of wonder, similar in sound to fashion chain 'Fcuk'... meaning 'wow' look at that!”. Motor Art plus collectors limited edition A2 vintage car posters.
"Singing in the Rain"
Singing in the London Rain is a historic fine abstract art oil painting of London with Big Ben and The Houses of Parliament in the background. Living in London, I always find rainy views of the city fascinating, combining shaddows, reflections, colours and muteable feel as the light fades.
Winning Laurels - Alfa Romeo fine art car painting oil on canvas 24 inches x 36 inches inspired by a photo I took at the Goodwood Revival when the winning car had just been parked in its garage with Winning Laurels left hooked on the radiator cap as the engine cooled in the Paddock.