Mont Ventoux - Cycling Poster, created by American artist Bruce Doscher, who now lives in New Zealand.
It was Bastille day and a Mont Ventoux finish on the 100th Tour. There was a valiant climb from Quintana, but Froome and Team Sky could not be topped.
The poster is created on felt-marked, 250gsm, Tintoretto Gesso paper, which has a great texture, feel and sturdy thickness to it. Produced in an environmentally safe way and is pH neutral for extremely long archival life.
The prints measure approximately 11 x 16 inches or 27 x 39 cm. There is an extra inch border around each print for matting. Each one is hand signed on the front and back, with back also stating the date and 'original print'.
Sold unframed, but they look great mounted and framed in a standard sized 18 x 24 inch frame.
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