Echoes Of The Sixties - Jim Clark Lotus Original Painting
Jim Clark Lotus 49 Original Oil Painting by Stuart Booth
Monza and the 1967 Italian Grand Prix are the setting for this wonderfully evocative piece from Stuart Booth.
Taking centre stage is Jim Clark in the Lotus 49 who would receive a puncture and as a result lose an entire lap before recovering and finishing third. Next to Clark we see the Eagle-Weslake of Dan Gurney, who would retire early on in the race. On the second row we see Jack Brabham with Graham Hill both Lotus and Jackie Stewart in the BRM. Eventual race winner John Surtees and the Honda can be seen at the back of the group.
This is the original oil on canvas painting from which our prints and card are taken. It measures 30" x 24" (Approx 76cm x 61cm). This piece is supplied unframed for your own choice of frame.