Posted on July 13, 2014
Bonjour! Stage 8 saw the first climbing section in France. Another mixed day of weather, the stage starting in good sunshine with riders looking relaxed and smiling. As the stage progressed and the land rose, down came the rain once again, putting everyone to the test. Nip and tuck all the way, there was delight for the French as Blel Kadri took the stage win. The battle for second nearly as exciting, with Nibali, Contador and Chavanel going for glory. Congratulations! Here are my drawings:
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Posted on July 9, 2012
Stage 7 – The first real climb. This stage had the best sunshine, the best scenery and the worst climb so far. So beautiful and so extreme. A great stage for Team Sky, with Chris Froome dragging himself up the last hill to take the win and the yellow jersey for Brad. Great day. Here are some drawings
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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