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Original linocut print 'Col du Tourmalet'. Edition of 250

Original linocut print 'Col du Tourmalet'. Edition of 250

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Caligo safewash ink, Printing paper, 300gsm, Somerset satin
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Description

An affordable, collectable classic print. The ideal souvenir of climbing this legendary mountain.

The Col du Tourmalet is one of the legendary climbs of the Tour de France, at 2,115 m (6,939 ft)) is the highest paved mountain pass in the French Pyrenees. A must ride for many cyclists.

This Linocut depicts the café and sculpture that awaits at the Col summit. The iconic sculpture 'the giant of the Tourmalet' symbolising the arrival of Octave Lapize in 1910, the first Tour de France cyclist to crest the summit. He is known for exclaiming "Vous êtes des assassins! Oui, des assassins!' (French for 'You are murderers! Yes, murderers!') towards the organisers and officials of the TdF.

This is one of a series of Linocut prints depicting the classic climbs and cols of France and is the ideal souvenir of achieving this summit.

The printed area measures 18x20cm on Somerset Satin 300gsm printing paper measuring 22x25cm. The print is black Caligo ink. Each print is numbered and signed. This is a limited edition of 250.

You will not necessarily receive the print illustrated here.

Sale does not convey copyright.
An affordable, collectable classic print. The ideal souvenir of climbing this legendary mountain.

The Col du Tourmalet is one of the legendary climbs of the Tour de France, at 2,115 m (6,939 ft)) is the highest paved mountain pass in the French Pyrenees. A must ride for many cyclists.

This Linocut depicts the café and sculpture that awaits at the Col summit. The iconic sculpture 'the giant of the Tourmalet' symbolising the arrival of Octave Lapize in 1910, the first Tour de France cyclist to crest the summit. He is known for exclaiming "Vous êtes des assassins! Oui, des assassins!' (French for 'You are murderers! Yes, murderers!') towards the organisers and officials of the TdF.

This is one of a series of Linocut prints depicting the classic climbs and cols of France and is the ideal souvenir of achieving this summit.

The printed area measures 18x20cm on Somerset Satin 300gsm printing paper measuring 22x25cm. The print is black Caligo ink. Each print is numbered and signed. This is a limited edition of 250.

You will not necessarily receive the print illustrated here.

Sale does not convey copyright.

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