Nicholas Watts Originals

Original fine art paintings from the studio of Nicholas Watts

A outstanding opportunity to acquire an original
work from one of the UK's leading artists

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IN DEFENCE OF THE CAPITAL

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Spitfires of No.603 squadron, peel off to engage an enemy formation approaching London. A dramatic acrylic image depicting Britain's struggle for survival and the bitter aerial combat during the Summer of 1940. A tribute to Churchill's few. A rare opportunity to acquire a large Nicholas Watts original.
Framed to conservation standards

Image size
40" x 30" (102cm x 76cm)
Overall Size
47" x 37.1/2" (120cm x 95cm)

£ 4,250

CLARK IN CONTROL

Jim Clark is depicted during the opening lap of the 1965 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. An original acrylic painting, signed and with title and text by the artist, it has been mounted with an original Jim Clark signature which additionally has been inscribed 'with best wishes'.
Framed and mounted to conservation standards

Image size
20" x 16" (50cm x 40cm)
Overall Size
29" x 26" (74cm x 66cm)

£ 1,725

MOSS-MASTER OF THE NURBURGRING

The 1959 ADAC 1000KMS is acknowledged by Sir Stirling as his greatest sports-car drive. An original acrylic painting, signed and with title and text by the artist. The original has been signed by Sir Stirling Moss in the lower right hand corner. Additionally the original signatures of David Brown, team manager Reg Parnell and co-driver Jack Fairman have been mounted below the image.
Framed and mounted to conservation standards.

Image Size
20" x 16" (50cm x 40cm)
Overall Size
29" x 26" (74cm x 66cm)

£ 1,650

SOLD

1961 TOURIST TROPHY - GOODWOOD

Winner Sir Stirling Moss in Rob Walkers Ferrari 250GT SWB leads Mike Parkes in dramatic style. An original acrylic painting, signed and with title and text by the artist, it has been mounted with the original signatures of Michael Parkes, Rob Walker and an early Stirling Moss.
Framed and mounted to conservation standards

Image size
20" x 16" (50cm x 40cm)
Overall Size
30.1/2" x 26.1/2" (78cm x 67cm)

£ 1,600

SOLD

EN ROUTE TO THE DAMS

Flying at low level over a Dutch landscape, Wing Commander Guy Gibson leads the first wave of Lancasters of 617 Squadron as they navigate their way to the Mohne Dam. A framed giclee, number 7 in an edition of 43 copies. This example has been remarqued by the artist and has been mounted with the following original signatures, some extremely rare.-

Image size
18.75" x 25.25" (48cm x 64cm)
Overall Size
33" x 34.5"
(84cm x 88cm)

£ 1,600

First row, left to right
Roy Chadwick, Chief designer of the Avro Lancaster
Barnes Wallis, visionary engineer and designer of the 'bouncing bomb'.
Marshal of the R.A.F Sir Arthur Harris, C in C Bomber Command.
Air Vice Marshal Ralph Cochrane AOC 5 Group.



Bottom row, left to right:-
F/L Harold 'Mick' Martin, pilot of P-Popsie
P/O Geoff Rice, pilot of H-Harry
F/L Joe McCarthy, pilot of T-Tommy
F/L Bill Townsend, pilot of O-Orange
F/S Ken Brown, pilot of F-Freddie
F/L David Shannon, pilot of L-Leather.
Framed and mounted to conservation standards