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Frederick Gordon Crosby (1885-1943)

'Belfast, 1933'

An extremely dynamic charcoal drawing on artists’ board depicting the 1933 Tourist Trophy race, where T. Simister crashes car number 24, a MG Midget on the 9th lap of the race. An excellent example of Crosby’s frenetic, track-side drawing style, which would have acted as a study for a later artwork.

Signed ‘F. Gordon Crosby’ and ‘Belfast, 1933’.

Framed with a triple stepped acid-free mount with a plain black oak frame.

Size: 31 x 26 inches (80 x 66 cm).

Price Code: ££££

Reference: 6009

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