Racing enthusiasts - help raise funds for Dyslexia Scotland

1 July 2013
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Your chance to own a limited edition print 

Dyslexia Scotland is delighted to provide an update on the oil painting donated by artist Jonathan Mitchell of Sir Jackie racing at the 1969 German Grand Prix in the Matra MS80. 

The painting was commissioned in co-operation with our President Sir Jackie Stewart, in order to raise funds and awareness for Dyslexia Scotland.

limited edition signed print is now available.


A first edition of 500 limited edition prints has been produced replicating the oil painting.  Each print has been personally signed by the artist as well as Sir Jackie Stewart.  The cost to purchase one of these much sought-after prints is a minimum of £250. 

Click here to order the limited edition print.

Click here to see Sir Jackie signing the limited edition print.

Click here to see our press release.

The original painting was displayed at the following events courtesy of Bonhams Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers:

·         Goodwood Festival of Speed Sale in Chichester in July

·         Bonhams’ viewing in London of Scottish paintings from 28 - 30 August

·         Bonhams’ Edinburgh Summer Exhibition from 8 –12 September        


The original painting was sold at the Goodwood Revival Weekend in Chichester on 14 September, with all proceeds going to Dyslexia Scotland. Click here for details of the auction.

We are very grateful to the artist for his generous donation of this painting, to Robin Jeffrey for organising the project and to Bonhams for all their support with the display and auction of the painting.

Click on the following link to hear what Jonathan has to say about the project and to view his other work: