Ian Botham Print of Original Painting by James Wilkinson
An original print of Ian Botham by James Wilkinson
Sir Ian Terence Botham, OBE (born 24 November 1955) is an English former first-class cricketer, active 1974–1993, who played mainly for Somerset and also for Worcestershire, Durham and Queensland. He represented England in 102 Test matches and 116 Limited Overs Internationals. He later became a cricket commentator.
The painting ws produced to Commemorate the historic walks that Botham did for charity. James Wilkinson produced the portrait for Botham to auction for the charity.
Botham approved the painting when the pair met at his walk in Hylands Park where Wilkinson is artist in residence.
Height 24 ins
Width 17 ins
Contemporary portrait pop artist
Work is owned by such as Oasis Rolling Stones Prodigy All saints James Morrison Happy mondays
Work used in hello magazine
Channel 4 Sunday brunch
Artist in residence Hylands House Essex 2009-
Artist to the V festival 2012-
Artist to the Jazz Festival 2016-
1999 20th Century Pop Voodoo Lounge Leicester Square London
2000 into the Fire Mayfair
2002 James Wilkinson at Ronnie Woods Harrington Club Mayfair
2009 Days of Winters Normandy France
2010 Forever Autumn Hylands House
2011 Back to Black Chelmsford
2012 21st Century Pop
2013 V-Motions V Festival Exhibition Grand Pavilion Hylands Park
2014 V-Scapes V Festival exhibition
2015 Gimne V V Festival Exhibition