1959 Cadillac Coupe de Ville by Ken Eberts
Looking at the triumphant backend of a 1959 Cadillac is fun! Imagine it cruising within a landscape of brilliantly lit sunshine snow. The tires make a comforting swish, like you’re riding on a cloud. Maybe heaven looks like this?
Ken Eberts says he was inspired by the concept of a sleigh, maybe because of their often baroque and ornate styling. Plus he added…
Growing up there, the only time he found New York City beautiful was during a snowfall. He loved how the edges of the city softened and glowed, rather than blared. See how he shrouds the horizon of trees in this glorious image with snow.
This was painted for the cover of Old Cars Weekly magazine.
Giclee Limited Edition = 50 SIZE (W x H) = 26 in x 17 in
- Dimensions: 26 x 17 in
- SKU: GG-2
- Ken Eberts