D Type Jaguar Painting – Push to the assembly area – Goodwood
This fine historic motorsport Jaguar painting was inspired by watching a D Type Jaguar get pushed to the assembly area at the Goodwood Revival by the driver, mechanic and owner at the Goodwood Revival pre-race/qualifying with the September sun breaking through the foliage creating amazing colours and shaddows.
This particular 1956 Jaguar D-type ‘ASJ 329’ was owned by Valentine Lindsay (who also owns a Jaguar XJR15) and was driven by Harry Wyndham in the Sussex Trophy race at Goodwood in September 2016. It was sold by Bohnhams in September 2021 for £800,000.
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About the artist
Martin Allen is a London based emerging artist. Martin came to oil painting through a circuitous route, having drawn for most of his life and being largely self-taught he was eventually re-introduced to oil painting as a preferred medium to create his varied and diverse work. The methods he uses to paint are classic ones, using layered paint applications rounded off by oil glazes.
These create, add depth and harmonise colours. He has shown solo numerous times at Goodwood, The Affordable Art Fair and others, been a finalist at the ‘London art Biennale 2019’, alongside various commissions including work for the BP Shipping collection.
Push to the assembly area
fine art painting is an original canvas 4 feet high x 5 feet wide along with A2 limited edition prints for the home.