Stuart Thorburn has produced mainly commissioned works over the past few years and these prints are his first commercially available work. Having studied Art & Design in Edinburgh in the early 80’s he returned home to Duns in Berwickshire to work in the family business, where he still works today.
Along with a busy family and work life, Stuart finds time to be involved in the Scottish Motor Racing scene as well. Printing mainly in watercolour and gouache, Stuart has mixed his graphic design skill with his painting ability to produce finely detailed, striking motor sport images.
- Print Number 1: Fine art print of Jim Clark driving the Lotus 49 at the 1967 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Limited edition prints on 300gms paper hand signed and numbered by the artist
- Print Number 2: Fine art print of Jim Clark driving the Border Reivers Aston Martin DBR1 at Charterhall in 1961. 150 limited edition prints on 200gsm paper signed by Jim’s mentor through his early career Ian Scott-Watson.
- Print Number 3: Fine art prints of Jim Clark driving Aston Martin Zagato 2VEV at the 1962 Goodwood Tourist Trophy. Limited edition prints on 300gms paper hand signed and numbered by the artist
All merchandise sales go to charity to help support the new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum and programmes to support Heritage, Education and Inspiration.
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Penny Bloodworth –
Very impressed with my recent purchase of Stuart Thorburn’s print of Jim driving the Border Reivers Aston Martin DB1R. A fitting accompaniment to Ian Scott Watson’s book, Black Sheep in the Fast Lane.