This is what happens when a wildlife artists meets a vintage Jag

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This is what happens when a wildlife artists meets a vintage Jag
20th October 2014

Artist Dave White recently had a change of canvas - a vintage Jaguar Mk1 E-type. 

While many would consider a Mark One Jaguar E-type a work of art in itself, one collector gave wildlife painter Dave White free reign to do something a little different with his. 

The car, recently fully restored, already had 300 hours of labour put into the paintwork before Dave began. The car came to him in pristine white and left with Dave's remarkable splashes of colour. 

Dave talks through his simple approach to project and typically English influences which informed his work. 

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