Motorcycle Types Cruiser Art for Speed's Sake

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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