Pendine Beach by Jack Vettriano
From The Vettriano Collection of small mounted prints.
Jack's style is instantly recognisable - he sets the scene and leaves it to the viewer's imagination to decide the narrative.
Pendine Beach is one of a series of paintings inspired by the life and achievements of Sir Malcolm Campbell, who gained the world land speed record at various times during the 1920’s and 1930’s.
The paintings were originally commissioned by Sir Terence Conran for his Bluebird Club in London.
Sir Malcolm Campbell was the first person to use Pendine Sands, in South Wales for a world land speed record attempt. On September 25, 1924 he set a world land speed record of 146.16 mph (235.22 km/h) on Pendine Sands in his Sunbeam 350HP car Blue Bird.
Mount dimensions 240 x 300mm
Approximate image size 140 x 185mm
This mount will fit a standard metric frame size - we do stock frames to fit this picture. Please contact the gallery for information on framing.
There is a multi buy offer on the miniature prints.
The Braithwaite Gallery is an official dealer for Jack Vettriano artwork - we stock miniature prints, larger open editions and signed limited editions.
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