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Some examples of Andrew's work. See the FOR SALE page for all available originals or prints.


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'British Grand Prix Legends'

Jim Clark leads Graham Hill through Woodcote Corner at Silverstone, heading for victory in the 1965 British Grand Prix in his Lotus 33-Climax. Hill finished second and set the fastest lap in his BRM P261.


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'American Champion'

Phil Hill winning the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps in his Ferrari 156 'Sharknose'. He would become 1961 World Champion, the first American to claim the crown. 


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

Jim Clark 1968

'Jimmy's Last'

On January 1st 1968 Jim Clark scored his last Grand Prix victory in the South African Grand Prix at Kyalami in his Lotus-Ford 49. Lotus F1 cars also raced for the last time in their traditional green livery, as tobacco sponsorship branding was applied for the forthcoming Tasman series.  

Acrylic on Canvas 30x20in (76x51cm)


'Epic Duel'

Jackie Stewart in his Matra-Ford MS80 fends off Jochen Rindt's Lotus-Ford 49 through Stowe Corner at Silverstone, heading for victory in the memorable 1969 British Grand Prix. 


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'Hill's Second'

The final round of the 1968 World Championship was held in Mexico City. Graham Hill won the race and in doing so claimed his second World driver's title, in his Gold Leaf Team Lotus 49B-Ford in the era of high wings. The races in Mexico were infamous for a lack of spectator control.


Acrylic on Board, Framed in Black. 

17 x 13in (43x33cm)​

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'The Honda Years 1964-68'

A montage depicting the Honda F1 cars of the 1960s with drivers Ronnie Bucknam, Ritchie Ginther and John Surtees. 

Commissioned by The Honda Motor Company.

Acrylic on Canvas 30x20in (76x51cm)

Stirling Moss 1961

'Monaco Maestro'

Stirling Moss drove the race of his life to win the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix. In Rob Walker's Lotus 18-Climax he held off a pair of more powerful Ferraris of Ritchie Ginther and Phil Hill. Stirling crossed the finish line after 100 laps of total concentration, just three seconds ahead of the red cars. 


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'McLaren First'

An historic day in the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps. New Zealander Bruce McLaren won this race in his McLaren-Ford M7A, the first Grand Prix win for a McLaren car. Depicted in the daunting Masta kink on the original 14 km long Spa circuit. 


Acrylic on Canvas 36x28in (91x71cm)


'Lola Mk4'

John Surtees drove a magnificent race in the 1962 German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring, finishing runner-up in the Lola Mk4-Climax. Surtees finished just 2 seconds behind race winner Graham Hill's BRM in challenging conditions in the Eifel mountains.


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'Classic Clark'

The first Grand Prix to be held at Brands Hatch was the 1964 Grand Prix d'Europe / British GP. Jim Clark was on fine form and won the race in his Lotus 25/33-Climax from Graham Hill's BRM.


Acrylic on Board 45x30in (114x76cm)


'The Third of Five'

Londoner Graham Hill won the Monaco Grand Prix five times in the 1960s, affectionately known as 'Mr.Monaco'. Here he heads for his third win in the 1965 Grand Prix, approaching Tabac in his BRM P261. 


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'Lotus 43-BRM H16'

Jim Clark depicted in practice for the 1966 Oulton Park Gold Cup. His Lotus 43 with it's BRM H16 engine was difficult to tame, however Jim won the American Grand Prix at Watkins Glen with this car later in the season.

Commissioned by the present day owner of this famous car.

Acrylic on Canvas 36x28in (91x71cm)


'Porsche Prevails'

Dan Gurney makes history for Porsche to give them their only Grand Prix victory. Starting from sixth place, the Porsche 804 ran faultlessly to win the French Grand Prix at Rouen in 1962.


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'Clark's Karussell'

Jim Clark wins the 1965 German Grand Prix in his Lotus 33-Climax, depicted at the famous Karussell on the Nürburgring circuit.


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)


'Jackie Oliver'

Jackie Oliver led the 1968 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, in his Player's 'Gold Leaf' backed works Lotus-Ford 49. Transmission problems forced his retirement after 44 laps. In the era of high wings which were banned in 1969.  

Commissioned for presentation to Jackie Oliver.

Acrylic on Canvas 12x10in (30x25cm)

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