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"Lemmy" Kilmister singer, songwriter, and musician, best known as the founder, lead singer, bassist, and primary songwriter of the rock band Motörhead. 

Lemmy's music was one of the foundations of the heavy metal genre, and of course, he did the vocals on "Sliver Machine" one of my all-time favourite records with Hawkwind.

Originally his band was called Bastard, but he changed it to Motorhead, US slang for someone who takes speed and also the title of the last song he had penned for Hawkwind.

Edition of 50

Size 400mm by 400mm (16 inches by 16 inches)

Material 300gm Canvas

Price £99 including Postage and packing

Supplied as an un-stretched canvas

Signed and numbered with a certificate of authenticity 


Award winning artist Nigel Whittaker …


Exhibitor in 2019 BP Portrait Award

selected from more than 2,500 entries from 84 countries.


Third prize awarded in “Prize” Exhibition Royal Birmingham Society of Artists


Highly commended in "Open Exhibition"

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. 2019


Winner of  the coveted "international Prize exhibition" at

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists 2018


The RBSA "Prize" exhibition is bi-annual with more than 400 works submitted.

Including works from artists in the Netherlands, China, Australia, Ireland and

Denmark to what is now increasingly becoming a global competition.


Exhibited Sunday Times Watercolour competition. 2018


Highly commended in "Open Exhibition"

Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. 2018


Exhibited Sunday Times Watercolour competition. 2014


Solo Exhibition, Birmingham 2012


My paintings appear in private collections including celebrity and public figures and private organisations.


Limited edition fine art print

I love what I do and I want you to love it too so I take great care to turn my originals into the finest collectable limited editions. 

These editions are of premium quality and presentation, each one is numbered to ensure authenticity and give collectors confidence that they truly have a genuine article.

The production techniques are quality controlled and the inks and papers we use are tested regularly by an independent laboratory to ensure we surpass the high standards of printing required to assess light fastness and paper PH. The products are printed and benchmarked to ensure museum standard.


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