Niki Lauda Ferrari 312 T2 Artwork

– 50 limited edition fine art prints 45 x 70 cm
– Signed and numbered by the artist
– Certificate of authenticity included
– Original painting for sale

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Artwork of Ferrari 312 T2 F1 car (1976)

  • Size original painting: 60 x 120 cm
  • 50 limited edition fine art prints 45 x 70 cm
  • Signed and numbered by the artist
  • Certificate of authenticity included

The famous F1 car driver Niki Lauda won 3 world titels of which 2 with the Ferrari team. He won 25 races as a F1 driver. He passed away  in 2019 at the age of 70 years.
In 1976 he had a terrible accident during the German Grand Prix, which almost took his life. To celebrate his career, Hans made this artwork ‘Adieu Niki’

Exclusive Limited Edition prints “Adieu Niki”

From the original painting of the Ferrari Formula 1 car that Niki Lauda drove in 1976 limited edition prints are available.

Each print is numbered and signed by the artist and comes with a certificate of authenticity. All prints are made with a lot of attention to detail and have a very high quality. Made on museum quality paper that will last more than 100 years.

The Limited Edition Fine Art Print are made on museum quality paper with a fine structure. The quality of the paper is Hahnemuhle, the best paper for fine art printing. This museum quality paper is handmade. The prints are of a very high quality, are very detailed prints, with bright, sharp colors and smooth color transitions. The paper is acid-free, which means it is free from chemical whiteners. The lifespan of this paper is at least 100 years! Frame is not included due to the risk of breaking during transport.

The original painting (technique: acrylic on canvas) has a size of 60 x 120 cm and is for sale.

Hans Baakman also works on commission. If you want to own an artwork of your favorite car or want to give a painting as a gift to someone special, feel free to ask for more information.

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Limited Edition Glicee (45 x 70 cm), Original Painting (120 x 60 cm)