|Paper Size (W x H)||27 x 24 ins|
|Price||£150.00 Excluding VAT|
This Graham Isom's painting in his Racecourses of the United Kingdom series features one of the greatest of all courses, Ascot. Ascot was founded in 1711 by Queen Anne, and now stages 25 days of the highest quality flat and National Hunt racing each year, including the world-famous Royal Meeting each June. This painting depicts King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Diamond Stakes at Ascot in July 1999, in which the grey, Daylami, ridden by Frankie Dettori, Nedawi, ridden by Gary Stevens, and Fruits of Love, ridden by Olivier Peslier, the battle for supremacy in an epic race eventually won by Daylami. This Limited Edition Print has been printed with lightfast inks on acid-free, matt coated, high-grade board from elemental chlorine-free pulps sourced from environmentally-conscious paper suppliers.
About the Artist
Graham Isom is a multi-award-winning equestrian artist with an obvious love for his subject, described by Portfolio magazine as a painter “who is breaking new ground by combining an eye for thrilling sporting action with the finest attributes of this demanding and specialized art”.Find out more