Limited100 Donates Tim Wallace Print to Charity Auction

jaguar e-type wall art print donation

haven house charity logo

Charities have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic, with 46% reporting a drop in income and 33% saying their financial position has deteriorated, finds the NCVO. While Limited100 itself is a fledgling business, we feel duty bound to support charities where possible, and also to support our contributing artists with their endeavours.

An opportunity arose to donate edition 1/100 of Tim Wallace’s ‘1968 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 in Scotland’ artwork to an upcoming charity auction in aid of Haven House Children's Hospice, who support local children and families, from birth, who are seriously ill and have life-limiting or life-threatening conditions.

Simon Wright, founder, Limited100 added “Haven House has a titanic target of £4.4 million each year to be able to continue to care for the children and families they support. Of this only around 19% is funded by the NHS and local authorities. While it’s only a small contribution on our part, we hope our limited-edition automotive wall art helps Haven House as part of their forthcoming charity auction” 

Tim Wallace, Artist, added: “Haven House do amazing work and the team work very hard to give the children the best life possible. It was a great opportunity to do our little bit to help them raise much needed funds so that the support can continue for the children and indeed the parents.”

framed automotive canvas art

The Print

1968 Jaguar E-Type 4.2 in Scotland (edition 1 of 100)

A1 Print - A1 (594 x 841 mm / 23.4 x 33.1 in) on Fine Art Paper in a black wood grain frame, finished off with a white mountboard.

Signed and numbered by the artist and photographer Tim Wallace and handcrafted in Nottingham by Limited100 with a certificate of authenticity.

The Jaguar E-Type is a British sports car that was manufactured between 1961 and 1975. Its combination of beauty, high performance, and competitive pricing established the model as an icon of the motoring world. The 4.2-litre straight-six E-Type's claimed 150 mph top speed, sub-7-second 0 to 60 mph acceleration, unitary construction, disc brakes, rack-and-pinion steering, and independent front and rear suspension distinguished the car and spurred industry-wide changes. The E-Type was based on Jaguar's D-Type racing car, which had won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three consecutive years beginning 1955. Captured in the Scottish Highlands by Tim Wallace, this wall art is available on a limited run of 100 units, ever, in a range of print formats.

About Limited100 – the home of British automotive art

At Limited100 our mission is to become and be recognised as the world’s number one destination for exclusive automotive wall art. Handcrafted in Britain from sustainable, museum-quality materials, we offer car enthusiasts a choice of limited edition prints of a variety of vintage, classic and modern photography in your perfect print format. Any image, any size, any format, anywhere in the world, but always limited to 100. Cars are an extension of a petrolhead's personality and Limited100 gives you a way to get your hands on something collectible, and that will look brilliant on your wall for decades to come. Love cars? Make your house your home at Limited100.

About Tim Wallace (Photographer), Ambient Life

Based in England and operating globally for both agencies and client brands, Tim Wallace has received many awards over his career; most recently Commercial Photographer of the Year 2021 at the British Photography Awards in London for his work with his client McLaren. Previous awards have included Professional and Commercial Photographer of the Year Awards as well as Car Photographer of the Year at the UK Motor Industry Awards, Sapphire Pegasus Business Aviation Award, and Best Creative Business Awards in the UK. Spanning the commercial and advertising sectors working through his transport-based clients and agencies, he has been at the forefront of his field for over a decade. "For me photography is a completely creative passion, the ability to use light and form to capture a single point in time through what I see with my own imagination…" – Read Tim’s Story


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