MotoGP Austria was historic for several reasons. It was the first time in 19 years a MotoGP had been held in Austria; Iannone claimed a lap record, and--after both Ducati riders demolished the field on their GP16 bikes--Ducati claimed it's first MotoGP victory since 2010. It was also Iannoneâ€™s first-ever MotoGP win since joining the premier class with Ducati in 2013. Following the race, Iannone said: â€śItâ€™s a very beautiful moment, a magical moment for Ducati because it came back for victory after six years. Itâ€™s very difficult to explain the feeling â€“ incredible race.â€ť
The artist's original acrylic-on-canvas 24" x 48" painting depicts Dovizioso and Iannone in close-quarters combat. Their rivalry on the track throughout the season was fraught with tension and contact, and MotoGP Austria was no different (except this time both finished the race). In many ways this one single moment in time summarizes an entire season of contention.
Prints of the original Acrylic-on-Canvas painting are available as banners, on canvas or on premier heavyweight paper.
Each hand-signed Giclee print is individually printed by the artist on Epson Canvas utilizing professional imaging technologies and methods. The meticulous reproduction process and the use of archival pigments and museum-quality canvas (estimated to last 400+ years) produces a stunning print frequently mistaken for an original.
Signed poster prints are printed on Kodak Professional Endura Premier paper for exceptionally sharp and precise colors, bold, rich blacks and clean, crisp whites. Poster prints will last 100 years in a typical home display and 200 years in dark storage.
Flexible vinyl banners are fade-resistant, tear-resistant and are built to withstand variable weather conditions (which should make them perfect for any garage). Additional processing time may apply.
Shipping and Handling:
Artwork will arrive rolled in a durable shipping cylinder or shipped flat depending on size. Most prints are ready to ship, but larger sizes may require additional processing time.
(Frame is shown for reference.)