In the darker days of winter it’s so good to have some art on the wall that dispels the greys and shouts out the colours. This oil measures 1100 x 850mm and will do that for it’s owners. We simply stretched it onto a frame and from being just a roll it became a cheerful image.
Eddy was nicknamed “The Cannibal”, yet apart from a few hostile spectators he was respected by his contemporary cyclists. They joked frequently about him “giving them a chance sometime, maybe”
His wins and successes are too many to list here. During the 1960-70’s it should be said that the bicycles of that time were made like pieces of jewelry. There was much friendly rivalry amongst the craftsmen to see who could produce the most beautiful machine.
This print from 1972, is FOR SALE £12.75 (p&p tracked £2.90)
In an acid free mount, it measures 345 x 363mm. To purchase call 07761478625