DRIVEN! - Exhibition at Gallery 150 in Leamington Spa

Tuesday, July 15, 2014 to Sunday, August 3, 2014

Driven flyer

Jaguar Heritage will be supporting Gallery 150 in Leamington Spa with its special automotive themed summer exhibition entitled "Driven!".

Some artworks from Jaguar Heriitage's extensive archive will be on display for the duration of the exhibition.  These will include two original paintings by famous automotive artist Michael Turner - his depiction of an SS100 taking part in the 1936 Alpine Rally and of the winning Silk Cut Jaguar no. 2 at the 1988 Le Mans 24 hour race.

Also on display will be an original painting by former Jaguar Styling Manager, Stuart Spencer, which depicts an XK140 being driven by Ronnie Adams in the 1956 RAC Rally, as well as a number of styling drawings and sketches from the Jaguar Design studio.  A centrepiece in the gallery will be a 1/5 scale model Jaguar Formula 1 car, rounding out the Jaguar content of the exhibition.

On Sunday, July 20, the exhibition will be complemented by a display of cars - both classic and modern - which will be placed in Livery Street, a pedestrian precinct that runs between The Parade and Regent Street.  Jaguar Heritage will be providing its 1953 XK120 Open Two Seater and its 1963 Series 1 E-type coupé which will join one of the latest F-TYPE coupés being supplied by Jaguar Land Rover.