Bluebird at Bonneville Vettriano painting for sale

Bluebird at Bonneville, estimated at £400,000-600,000, is perhaps the best-known of Vettriano’s Bluebird group and it is also the most valuable of the seven original paintings for sale. It sets the scene of sunlight refracted from the white sands of the Utah salt flats in Salt Lake City, Utah, where Sir Malcolm achieved his ninth and last – land speed record in a Bluebird CN7 powered by both Napier and Rolls Royce engines on September 3, 1935
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The Kelpies Falkirk , Scotland canvas prints and gifts

Kelpies tours

Check out our original artwork –  Kelpies prints collection including canvas prints , and   travel mugs

the Kelpies jigsaw puzzles , , Helix park, Falkirk HDR
The Kelpies sculptures are the largest works of artwork  in Scotland, and the largest equine sculptures in the world.

The The Kelpies prints gift shop has t-shirts , canvas prints jigsaw puzzles and  hoodies

Kelpies travel mugs

Features

  • Your personal mobile caffeination and art delivery unit
  • Insulated stainless steel with removable polycarbonate lid
  • Holds 15 oz. (443 ml)
  • Base fits in most standard car cup holders (diameter 2.5″ / 6.35 cm)
  • Top rack dishwasher-safe
  • Wraparound design printed for you when you order

The Kelpies are the largest pieces of equine art in the world , created by Scottish artist Andy Scott. The most successful Scottish artist of all time is Jack Vettriano .

The Kelpies Falkirk tours  are available now – visit the Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel and Callendar House on your own private tour of Falkirk

Visit the Kelpies Falkirk , Scotland

Looking for things to do in Falkirk ? Why not take the Kelpies Falkirk tour and visit these unique attractions ?

The Kelpies, Stirling Castle and the Falkirk Wheel  feature in this tour .

The Kelpies have become one of the top tourist attractions in Scotland with over  three million visitors in its 10 year history . The Kelpies have their 10 year anniversary next week .

Buy our original artwork prints of Scotland