Jack Vettriano:
Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed
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Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed
Jack Vettriano:
Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed

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reproduction, Giclée print on canvas | on stretcher frame | framed | size 53 x 73 cm (h/w)

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Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed
Jack Vettriano: Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed

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Picture "Bluebird at Bonneville", framed

The English racing motorist Malcolm Campbell broke the land vehicle speed record nine times with his legendary "Bluebird". On 3 September 1935, at Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah, he became the first person to break the magic 300mph barrier in an automobile.

High-quality reproduction using the Fine Art Giclée process, hand-pulled onto canvas and traditionally stretched on wooden frames. With tactile and visible canvas texture and additional hand-applied brush texture of the original. Framed in a sophisticated handmade solid wood gallery frame. With a certificate on the back. Size 53 x 75 cm (h/w).

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About Jack Vettriano

The Scottish painter Jack Vettriano is Britain's most popular and sought-after contemporary painter. Rich and famous people are waiting to purchase one of his latest works. His collectors include international celebrities like Jack Nicholson. At the same time as David Beckham, Vettriano received the Order of the British Empire from the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

Vettriano was born in 1951. In 1988, he celebrated his breakthrough when he showed his paintings in the annual exhibition of the Royal Scottish Academy. The paintings were sold out after the first day. In the following years, his painting style matured, and collectors' interest grew steadily. In 2004, his most famous painting to date, "The Singing Butler", was auctioned for over 1,000,000 euros. His works can be seen at numerous exhibitions in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Jack Vettriano paints scenes featuring one or even several people. They almost look like stills from films and always tell a little story. His trademark is a very realistic painting style whose aesthetics are reminiscent of the 1920s and 1930s. Vettriano succeeds in creating a lively atmosphere in his paintings, which still leaves a lot of space for the viewer's imagination.