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Nash Tapestry featuring the photograph 1951 Nash Statesman Super by Ron Roberts

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1951 Nash Statesman Super Tapestry

Ron Roberts

by Ron Roberts

$39.00

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Product Details

Our lightweight, microfiber tapestries are available in three different sizes and feature incredible artwork to complement any wall space. Each tapestry has hemmed edges for secure hanging with nails and/or thumbtacks.

Design Details

I spotted this cool 1951 Nash Statesman Super at a local Car Show in Puyallup, WA.
Bathtub styling came into it's own after WWII. It's called... more

Care Instructions

Machine wash cold and tumble dry with low heat.

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1 - 2 business days

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Comments (28)

Cindi Ressler

Cindi Ressler

Very Nice! v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Cindi

Eunice Miller

Eunice Miller

real stunner! v

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Eunice

Debra Forand

Debra Forand

Awesome image!

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Debra

Jane Chesnut

Jane Chesnut

Excellent Image v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Jane

Eric Rundle

Eric Rundle

Sweet love the sipia tone

Ron Roberts replied:

thank you Eric

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Marcia Weller-Wenbert

Great capture of this 1951 Nash Statesman Super - it is a real beauty. Like the shadows, lighting and reflections in this image.

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Marcia

Linda Lees

Linda Lees

What a fabulous old car. I really like your processing of this image Ron, the sepia toning looks terrific and really accentuates the shine of the car

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Linda

Liudmila Di

Liudmila Di

Outstanding vintage!.. Vote with pleasure!..

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Liudmila

Edward Fielding

Edward Fielding

Fantastic! You found a way to make this car stand out as if you had it all to yourself in a private studio!

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank yoou Edward

Malcolm Suttle

Malcolm Suttle

WOW Ron!!! This Nash Statesman is surely the best bathtub I've ever seen!! Great capture and finishing too! v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Malcolm

Barbara O'renya

Barbara O'renya

Beautiful photograph of this Nash Statesman Super..;)

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Barbara

Terri  Waters

Terri Waters

A super image of a 1951 Nash Statesman Super

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Terri

Elena Nosyreva

Elena Nosyreva

Striking image, Ron!

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Elena

Ella Kaye

Ella Kaye

What a glamorous looking Nash vehicle....beauty...v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Ella

Alan Ley

Alan Ley

This is a really great image. Where the heck did you find the car?

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Alan.. This was taken at a local car show

Bill Gallagher

Bill Gallagher

Nice work on this image, the cars is gorgeous and the treatment is nicely done.

Ron Roberts replied:

Thabnk you Bill

Marilyn  McNish

Marilyn McNish

Absolutely beauty! Well captured! v mm

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Marilyn

Debi Pople

Debi Pople

FANTASTIC!!! v

Ron Roberts replied:

Thank you Debi

Elizabeth McTaggart

Elizabeth McTaggart

Geez, that's beautiful! Looks really big, too ~~~ Never heard of or have seen a Nash Statesman Super, Ron ~~~ Thanks for sharing it! v

Stephen Norris

Stephen Norris

Super car shoot and treatment!

Sydne Archambault

Sydne Archambault

That Nash does sing Ron! Beautiful capture! It now is one of my favorites from your awesome car galleries.

Geri Glavis

Geri Glavis

Super slick!

Barbara Walsh

Barbara Walsh

Very nice treatment:)V

Bob Hislop

Bob Hislop

wow, sepia really sets this image off...great job.

Artist's Description

I spotted this cool 1951 Nash Statesman Super at a local Car Show in Puyallup, WA.
Bathtub styling came into it's own after WWII. It's called bathtub styling for a car's resemblance to an inverted bathtub on wheels. Another example of bathtubs are the postwar Hudsons. The Statesman model was less expensive than the Ambassador model and while the Statesman had an L-head 6, 184 cid, with Super or Custom trim. This Statesman 4-dr. cost around $1,955 new, whereas the Ambassador 4-dr. cost $2,304. This was the last year Nash had the bathtub styling for in '52 the Italian firm Pinin Farina design debuted. BUT, the wheel wells , as in this '51 would still be hidden making the turning radius and tire changing difficult. The statesman sported 85 hp, the Ambassador was powered by 115 horses.

About Ron Roberts

Ron Roberts

I am a photographer based in Reno NV. My main interest is cars, hot rods, old rusty cars and trucks. Also cloudscapes and a host of other things, I also enjoy photographing the breath taking beauty of the Lake Tahoe Area. I provide commercial and fine art imagery to grace your business and home. I was raised in Northern California, migrating to the beautiful Pacific Northwest after retiring from the United States Army in 1985. I am striving to become one of the premier photographers in this area. Look through my website and see some of my photographic art suitable for your home or office. Each image I take, I consider a work of art.. Many are digitally enhanced and none are placed on my website until they are "just right". ...

 

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