Saint-Raphaël was a French professional cycling team that existed from 1954 to 1964. Its main sponsor was French apéritif brand Saint-Raphaël from 1959 to 1961. Famed cyclist Jacques Anquetil brought much glory to the team. A sister team Rapha-Gitane-Dunlop also existed.
This painting is 36×48 inches. If you have any questions about this work please contact me.
Original Cycling Art | 36 x 48 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting
Fast becoming the Midwest Spring Classic the Rough Road 100 in Morris, Illinois is true to its name – rough. With nine grueling crushed gravel sectors on the 100K course the racers that hit Sector One were bound to loose a bottle or two. When I got to this part of the race it looked like a garage sale of biddons!
This watercolor and pen drawing captures it all. Only one is available.
The passion and excitement of cyclocross is captured in this whimsical painting, thus the title “The Belgian Tango”. Filled with skillful twists and turns, powerful lifts and jumps, the dancers of this particular dance command center stage. Cyclocross racing is artful, skillful and dangerous – much like a tango.
This painting is 72×48 inches on stretched canvas. The canvas will roll for shipping, some simple assembly is required to display. If you have any questions about this work please contact me.
Original Cycling Art | 72×48 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting
It’s just one of those things I keep coming back to, the old school advertising posters of days past. The simplicity of creating an image with your brand name on it is well, in today’s world refreshing to me. The Hutchinson brand has been around for more than a century and we’ve all ridden them at some point. They’re French and so the rider must be, at least in my simple world.
I hope you like this work, I think it’s very true to my overall style of drawing and painting. Big bold shapes, solid rich color applied with a thick brush full of paint. Voila!
Original Cycling Art | 48 x 60 inches | Stretched Canvas | Acrylic painting