Argentina delivered a bizarre race befitting an equally bemusing lead-up, Marc Marquez taking his first MotoGP win of 2016 simply by staying out of trouble. The Honda rider seized the lead early and held off a feisty Valentino Rossi ahead of compulsory pit stops at the halfway point of the shortened 20-lap race, both measures due to tyre issues suffered by Michelin during practice. Marquez was peerless after the stops, Rossi unable to match his early pace and allowing his chief rival to race to a comfortable 7.6 second victory.
The original Acrylic and Ink on canvas measures 36" x 24" x 1".
Each hand-signed Giclee print is individually produced by the artist utilizing professional imaging technologies and methods. As a result of meticulous standards, the Giclee retains a beautiful painterly quality that preserves minute and subtle tints, blends and detail of the artist's original acrylic-on-canvas painting. The meticulous reproduction process and the use of archival pigments and museum-quality canvas produce a stunning piece that could easily be mistaken for an original.
Artwork will arrive rolled in a durable shipping cylinder. Because canvas is flexible, it will not retain a rolled shape like paper does.
(Frame is shown for reference.)