Material: Acrylic on Canvas
Edition: Signed Original
In 2019, Lewis Hamilton stamped his authority on the Formula 1 circuit, earning his sixth World Championship title. The season was marked by a masterful blend of precise aggression and control, epitomised by his race in Saudi Arabia. Hamilton, in his signature silver arrow, showcased his racing acumen on the desert track, his car slicing through the night under the bright floodlights.
Hamilton’s victory in Saudi Arabia was a high point in a season that underscored his significant contribution to Mercedes’ sustained dominance in the turbo-hybrid era. His sixth world title, drawing him ever closer to the record held by the legendary Michael Schumacher, was a testament to his relentless pursuit of excellence, both on and off the track. Amidst the cheers of victory, the colourful gleam of his helmet served as a poignant reminder of the ideals Hamilton continues to champion.
Born on a crisp winter day in Haarlem, The Netherlands, Eric-Jan Kremer was drawn to the exhilarating world of art and racing from an early age. His initial sketches of cars, humble beginnings at age ten, soon blossomed into striking artworks that captured the thrilling energy of Formula 1 and MotoGP. Today, Kremer's unique allure lies in his ability to harness this energy, transforming linen canvases into vivid scenes of motion and vibrancy through his masterful strokes of acrylic paint.
His talent has not gone unnoticed. Luminaries from Rinus Veekay to Max Verstappen have decorated their walls with Kremer's passion-filled masterpieces, reflecting the high premium placed on his extraordinary talent. His art has garnered the attention of an exclusive clientele, marking his recognition among high-net-worth individuals worldwide.
With his creations adorning walls from private homes to VIP areas at the illustrious Silverstone Circuit, Kremer's art transcends geographical and cultural barriers. His work, emblematic of the intensity of the racetrack, continues to captivate audiences, solidifying his status as one of the most sought-after contemporary artists of his generation.
R172,500.00 R150,000.00 (ex VAT)