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Cycling through Beverley Bar Without.

Cycling through Beverley Bar Without.

Please note, this artwork is available for UK delivery only.

Availble for UK delivery only.

in Oil by David Hanover No Artist Reviews
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This is a large oil painting that depicts cyclists in the Tour Of Yorkshire going through Beverley Bar. The two cyclists depicted are Bradley Wiggins and Mark Cavendish as they led out from the startline that was in Beverley marketplace. The day is overcast, the cyclists wore their gilet, but the crowd still came out and waved their Yorkshire flags. The frame is included.

W 51.18" x H 39.37"
W 130.00 cm x H 100.00 cm
Oil
Oil on canvas frame
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About the Artist

I was educated at Bretton Hall, founded by Sir Alec Clegg for the promotion of education through the arts, which was set in the grounds of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park. I spent four years studying education and the arts and it was a place that encouraged a 'have a go spirit' and a belief that a...

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