Fine art Photography of the Porsche 911 Targa. Hundreds of photos assembled together to create a vision. Photographic creation "Porsche 911 Targa" Signed & Limited Edition Print.
The Porsche 911 is the emblematic model of the German brand that celebrated in May 2017 the millionth sold. The very first version of the Porsche 911, then called 901, was produced from 1963 until 1973. In 1972, the 911s underwent major modifications, including the addition of an ultra powerful 2.4-liter engine, making Of the 911 (190 horses for the 911 S) the fastest supercar produced in Germany.
The Porsche 911 Targa is the convertible version of the 911. For the 1972 model, Porsche manufactured nearly 13,000 units and very few were 911 Targa, making the Porsche 911 Targa particularly rare. However, while many current Porsche enthusiasts prefer the waterproofness of the coupe, the Targa model of 1972, with its ability to fill with sun and fresh air the cockpit, now has much more appeal, with a charm Which seems to be magnetic for all those who cross its path. It is not surprising that today the Porsche 911 Targa of 1972 is highly sought after and is negotiated more expensive than the other versions of Porsche 911.
Art photographer Amaury Dubois pays tribute to the Porsche 911 Targa of 1972 by placing the detail at the heart of this painting. The headlights characteristic of this 911 are honored, sublimated by the talent and creativity of the artist who delivers us a work with exquisite and daring curves. Porsche art print in limited edition, signed and numbered.
Photographs and art prints are available as paintings, Fine art prints, and plexiglas. Several sizes are available according to customer needs: interior decoration, an exhibition, an event, etc. Do not hesitate to contact Amaury Dubois for special requests.
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- Edition of 10 on High Quality paper 308gr | 70x70cm
- Edition of 10 on High Quality paper 308gr | 50x50cm
The exclusive process of ®Diasec is the acrylic resin mounting of an image.
®Diasec is a registered trademark process specially designed for the enhancement and preservation of photographs, giving photographs unmatched value and preservation. The Diasec edition is recognized by art galleries, museums and collectors around the world.
Hahnemuhle Photo Rag® Paper is the favorite photographic paper for photographers to produce art prints. Internationally renowned, this paper offers a perfect clarity to the works, while guaranteeing a faithful and realistic reproduction. Each gradation, every shade of color produces a subtle effect that transcends the work down to its smallest details.
The stretched canvas offers a very high quality decorative effect to the interior walls. Whether it's a museum or a car showroom, or a vintage car storage place.
The canvas stretched on an aluminum frame adapts to all architectural constraints with customized dimensions up to 200x200cm, all offering the advantage of a quick implementation and the possibility of evolution with a controlled cost.
Composed with hundreds of photos, his photographic assemblies about symbolic cars put forward the history and all the peculiarities which characterize these models. Amaury Dubois does not present us a simple automobile photography but the idea that we are made of these cars, all that inspires us, as a picture that we would take in our spirit.
«The idea is to recreate a mental vision of a car. When we evoke a model of car, there is not a single image which comes to the spirit, there is a stream of images which comes into the head. I freeze this mental process in a single picture, as the result we have a photography which goes out directly of our imagination.»
The art photographies of Amaury Dubois on the theme of the automobile were revealed for the first time in 2016 during the autoshow Retromobile in Paris.
His work is exhibited in different art galleries across Europe, but some of his pieces are also part to many European and international art collections (in France Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland Switzerland Portugal Brazil USA …). His last exhibition was in Singapore.