Acclaimed and much celebrated contemporary sports and figurative artist, Stephen Doig successfully combines his clear love of sport with his candid love of art, a match made in heaven many of you might concur. Although there’d be no ‘might’ about it when you clapped your eyes on Doig’s supreme works of sporting art which he’s compiled over a 20 year career as a professional fine artist. During these two decades Doig has commemorated on canvas some of the most momentous global sporting achievements ever witnessed and which many of us were privy to either in the flesh or whilst sat in front of our TVs. Like, for example Manchester United winning their famous treble of European and domestic silverware in 1999, the British Olympic team’s ‘Super Saturday’, F1 star Jenson Button becoming the 2009 Driver’s Champion and most recent of all, Andy Murray finally lifting the famous Wimbledon trophy aloft after his 2013 Men’s Singles title victory. Doig’s captured them all for illustrative prosperity as part of his astonishing back catalogue of sporting pictorials

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