“I have spent many weekends at carshows in both Canada and the United States, admiring the incredible amount of work enthusiasts put into restoring these Mustangs. It was on one of these expeditions that I saw the rare Cobra Jet which inspired the painting Desert Snakes."- MICHAEL IRVINE
"Desert Snakes" is appropriately set against the scorching desert. This striking watercolor painting captures the aggressive lines of two of Ford’s most powerful Mustangs, the 428 Cobra Jet equipped 1968 fastback and its convertible counterpart.
Michael uses, not only the depths of the fastback’s body panels, but also the mirror-like chrome trim to reflect the red convertible again and again. The dry, cracked earth and dramatic sky stunningly contrast with the crisp, clean lines of these incredible muscle machines.
|ABOUT MICHAEL IRVINE'S REPRODUCTIONS||All reproductions are individually hand-signed/hand-numbered by artist Michael Irvine • Artist Proofs and Gallery Editon Canvases are accompanied by signed/numbered Certificate(s) of Authenticity.|
|Limited Edition Print||18" x 24" — SOLD OUT.|
|Artist Proof with Single Custom Done-to-Order Remarque||18" x 24" - Only 20 total APs released. (Image size 15" x 20") 10pt satin finish, acid free, museum quality stock. Remarque is "custom, done-to-order" in pencil or painted in watercolor (your choice). Call/email Linda to discuss your Remarque.|
|Artist Proof with Double Custom Done-to-Order Remarque||18" x 24" - Only 20 total APs released. (Image size 15" x 20") 10pt satin finish, acid free, museum quality stock. Remarques are "custom, done-to-order" in pencil or painted in watercolor (your choice). Call/email Linda to discuss your Remarques.|
|Gallery Edition Canvas (All the detail—twice the size!)||36" x 50" - Limited to 50. Heavy weight, acid free, archival quality canvas. Specialty coating (see About Our Reproductions). North American orders are shipped stretched (gallery wrapped) & ready to hang. Int'l orders shipped rolled.|
|Original Watercolor Painting||Not available.|
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