Need For Speed Mounted print, H76 x W51cm, Perspex
Most famous for documenting the changes in society in Great Britain following WWII, Joseph McKeown's work was often filled with movement and passion. This brilliant photograph records the moment that Argentinian racer Juan Manuel Fangio chalks up a win for the Mercedes team at the French Grand Prix on the 17th July 1954. Providing an effortlessly cool vintage feel to any room, this image will be enjoyed for years to come.
Printed from the original scanned transparency housed in the Getty Images Archive, this beautiful artwork is also provided with a certificate of authenticity. Presented between a sheet of perspex and aluminium backing, each mounted photographic print forms an airtight bond with the materials to ensure no air bubbles or warping and creates a striking 'frameless' effect as the image is printed edge to edge. Finished with an aluminium sub-frame, this print is easy to hang directly onto your wall of choice.
Dimensions: 76 x 51cm (30 x 20")
Material: Face-mounted photographic print onto perspex with an aluminium backing.
Care: Keep out of direct sunlight and heat to ensure the print remains at the highest quality. Please note that wall fixings do not come included as standard.
Please note: The price is inclusive of delivery and insurance and each piece will be hand-delivered direct to you by a specialist Artwork Courier using a white glove delivery service.