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Stanley Wanlass (American, born 1941)

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‘Fast Company’: a dramatic and rare bronze sculpture with hand painted finish, depicting American motor racing legends Phil Hill and Richie Ginther competing in the 1954 event in their Ferrari 375 MM.

Length: 24 inches (61 cm).

Stanley Wanlass (American, born 1941) is widely regarded as the legitimate successor to the legendary American sculptor Frederick Remington (1861-1909).

He has created monumental installations which can be seen in several American cities, but it is for his automotive bronzes that Wanlass is best known.

Cast in limited editions (and usually selling out swiftly), his dramatic, large-scale work is now highly sought after. We are delighted to present one of his finest works here.

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