Our first ever metal canvas made for the desk in your office or any other surface in your home. Place our tabletop fine art in your bookshelf or on a table to infuse your surroundings with automotive refinement in minutes.
About Duesy Woody Tabletop Fine Art, featuring one of the most exclusive 1929 Duesenberg Model J's in existence — chassis #113 out of 470. It's also one of only two automobiles ever made with wooden coachwork. The front profile with split windscreen embodies the elegance of this classic, but the Duesenberg Model J #113 was also noted for power and speed with a 0-60 time of eight seconds in 1929, and a top speed of 119 mph. Plus, it was able to reach 94 mph in second gear!
Part of The Heritage Automotive Collection by The Breck Rothage Fine Art Studio, the classic Duesy Woody Fine Art is being made available to the public for purchase for the first time in over ten years. This is high-quality automotive art, made for those with a critical eye and discerning standards.
With fine art infused to a metal canvas, Duesy Woody fine artwork appears smoother and more refined than works under glass or acrylic.
This is a real 1929 Duesenberg Model J #113, photographed on location by Breck Rothage specifically for the creation of Duesy Woody fine art. It is one of only two ever made with wooden coachwork — in the whole world.
Original Duesy Woody Tabletop Fine Art by Breck Rothage infused to high-grade, fine art metal canvas sizes 8 in. x 12 in., with a kickstand prop on the back for tabletop display.
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FROM THE ARTIST: "Duesenbergs were the fastest and most expensive American automobiles of their time — costing as much as $25,000 when a physician was making only $3,000 per year. It was reserved for rich and famous owners, such as Clark Gable, Jimmy Cagney, Gary Cooper, Rudolph Valentino, Howard Hughes, Mae West, Tyrone Power, William Randolph Hearst, and many more."
Breck's proprietary ColorTru® technique delivers colors faithfully.
Every fine art piece by Breck Rothage includes a hand-placed signature by the artist, authenticating it as an official piece from The Breck Rothage Fine Art Studio.
Automotive work by Breck Rothage has been featured in Road & Track, Keith Martin’s Sports Car Market, Garage Style, Jaguar World and Octane.
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