Very first (!) copy of a limited edition (10 pieces) reproduction of a hand-painted painting by Tom Sangen. Performed in an abstract, dynamic style consisting of graphic surfaces and lines.
Subject: The Ferrari 250 TR59/60 with start number 11, with which the Belgian automobile journalist Paul Frère in 1960 (together with compatriot Olivier Gendebien) wins the famous 24 hours of Le Mans. It is the only time that a completely Belgian drivers duo takes the final victory. Paul Frère puts his yellow helmet aside after this race and concentrates entirely on his writings and grows into an icon in the car (sports) journalism.
Artist: Tom Sangen (NL/1974) is fascinated by cars and motorsport from an early age. Inspired by all those beautiful and legendary (sports) cars, drivers and circuits, he decides to combine his passion and creativity. His training as an architect clearly influences the design of his work and the way in which it is created. “The majority of his work consists of race cars at full speed”. The dynamics of these paintings is created by numerous parallel stripes that make the suggestion of speed come to life. The stripes are added to the work with help of a long ruler and are then filled-in by hand.
- Tipo de objeto
- Impresión sobre lienzo # 01/10
- Ferrari 250 TR59/60 Paul Frère winnaar Le Mans 1960
- Cuadro sobre marco de madera.
- 60×40×2 cm
- Año (objeto más reciente)