Anthony Dobson – The Committee
Anthony Dobson ‘The Committee’ Limited Edition Signed Print
Born in 1971, Anthony had an interest in Formula One that meant evenings were spent drawing fast cars. Thus, rather than doing homework was a rebellion that paid off. Consequently, his first painting sold in 1989. In particular, this led to a spate of commissions from private individuals, car manufacturers and racing personalities. Anthony turned down a place at university to study Graphic Design, in order to work on further commissions. Since then, Anthony has worked on the business side of the art world as framer, printer and publisher. Additionally working commercially with artists and building up portfolios for clients cannot have failed to add to his keen eye for colour, line and form.
With a flair for the commercial, technological and creative side of art, it is not surprising that Formula One has remained an obsession. a sport that embodies the ultimate fusion of cutting- edge technology, physical fitness and high-octane glamour. Working exclusively in oils, Anthony paints a moment in time on the track, capturing that split second where a car passes the spectator with such speed that the surrounding landscape seems to elongate as if pulled along by the sheer power of the car.
Though his work is detailed, it is not overworked. Anthony Dobson uses paint in such a way that it carries the smell and sounds of the track. For instance, the grip of the tyres, the stress of the engines and the pressure of competing on the edge are tantamount.
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What is a Giclee print?
Giclee is a French term meaning “to spray”, referring to how an inkjet printer works and how giclee prints are usually produced. These large format inkjet printers use small spraying devices that can both match color and apply ink precisely, giving artists a high-quality print of their original art