NEWS: Commemorative Aston Martin Artwork For Sale in Recognition of Centennial

June 9, 2013
One Thousand Shades Of Green Jay Koka
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It's one of the most storied names of British performance cars, and 2013 represents the brand's centennial year. In addition to being the featured marque at the upcoming 2013 Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance, several artistic works are available for sale from the Automotive Fine Art Society depicting historic moments in Aston Martin's history, which will be on display at the show. Find out more about the pieces and the organization at www.autoartgallery.com/afas.
"Aston Martin Wins Le Mans" – By Charles Maher
This piece by Charles Maher is a 30" by 75" acrylic on canvas depicting Carroll Shelby's victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans driving an Aston Martin DBR1, in which the brand prevailed over Ferrari.
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"Aston Martin DBR1 No. 5" - By Charles Maher
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"One Thousand Shades of Green" -  By Jay Koka
This acrylic on canvas painting depicts one of the brand's most famous and collectible models ever, the DB4GT Zagato, unveiled at the 1960 London Motor Show. Only 19 examples were ever built, most of them which went into racing, although four are known to have been built as road-going models.
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"Aston Martin DBR1 No. 8" – By Bill Neale
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"Carroll Shelby Wins Le Mans" – By Bill Neale
This is another depiction of Shelby's historic win in the DBR1 at the 1959 24 Hours of Le Mans.
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"Aston Martin V8 Vantage" – By Bill Neale
This acrylic on canvas depicts the introduction of the 2006 V8 Vantage at the 2005 Geneva Motor Show.
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"Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato" – By Richard Pietruska
This aluminum sculpture is chrome-plated with the stylized DB4 in the center sculpted from wood and painted.
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"Aston Martin DBR1" – By Richard Pietruska
This aluminum and wood sculpture also by Richard Pietruska depicts a DBR1 in the center.
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Source: Automotive Fine Art Society

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