Posted on July 18, 2014
Bonjour! Stage12 continued the theme begun on Stage 11, hot sunshine, rolling countryside and beautiful chateaux. The announcement came that Andrew Talansky joined 4 other team leaders in retirement, but the race pressed on. French fans enjoying the progress of riders Cyril Gaultier and Perrig Quemeneur who brokeaway with Simon Clarke to lead for a great section of the stage. The sprint to the line saw Peter Sagan miss out on the win yet again – just beaten by Alexander Kristoff for the Russian team Katusha. And this was a ‘quiet’ stage! Here are my drawings:
Category: cycling, TDF 2014, Tour de France Tagged: Alexander Kristoff, art, arts, Astana, Bourg-en-Bresse, cycling, cycling, drawing, drawing fast, drawings gallery, gallopin, garmin, illustration, ink, Katusha, kittel, light, martin, nibali, outdoors, Perrig Quemeneur, reportage, Roche, sagan, Saint-Étienne, Simon Clarke, sky, sport, team Katusha, team leaders, travel, vacation, yellow jersey
All pictures shown are original drawings or paintings.
Prices and sizes for pen and ink/watercolour drawings start from £125 for 4″ x 4″ mounted original, 8 x 8 and panoramas from £195 – Framed works start from £200. Larger drawings and paintings quoted individually.
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