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Art for Speed’s Sake

“I was not wrong about Peter Max, Agam, Victor Vasarely or Tarkay,” Park West Gallery founder Albert Scaglione recently observed, “and I am not wrong about Scott Jacobs.” Known for his photo-realist style, with a nonexclusive focus on motorcycles, “Head to Head” captures Harley-Davidson drag racers Andrew Hines and G.T. Tonglet in action. Although the original six-foot version of the painting is sold, there are sixty 20-by-40-inch framed canvas prints available, hand signed by Jacobs, Tonglet and Hines, and available directly from Scott Jacobs Studio.



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