Friday, 13 May 2016

Automotive Art - part 4

This series features automotive art and illustration beginning in the 1880s, in the very early days of motoring, through to the mid-1960s. Mainly in poster form, that either advertised motor cars and car-related products, or promoted motor-racing events like Grand Prix.

It features many famous and iconic brands, as well as some that have fallen by the wayside.

This is part 4 of an 8-part series on automotive art:

1924 Bugatti

1924 Citroën
illustrated by Pierre Louys

1924 Mercedes Benz

1925 3rd Grand Prix d'Endurance de 24 Heures

1925 ADAC Winterfahrt
illustrated by Hans & Botho van Romer

1925 Delahaye
illustrated by Fell

1925 4th Course Internationale du Klausen
illustrated by Guiseppe Riccobaldi

1925 Lincoln Motor Company

1925 Michelin Tyres
illustrated by Gilbert Prilibert

1925 Peugeot, France
illustrated by René Vincent

1925 Renault, France

1925 th.Schneider, France
illustrated by Jauro

c1925 Les Jouets Citroën, France

1926 Austrian Auto Touring Club

1926 Hupmobile 8, Detroit, Michigan
illustrated by Larry Stults

1926 Bugatti, Le Champion du Monde

1926 Mercedes
illustrated by Ludwig Hohlwein

1926 Mercedes-Benz

1926 Salon International de l'Automobile et du Cycle

1926 Salon Régional de L'Automobile
illustrated by George Ham

1927 Auburn 8-88 Roadster
illustrated by William Neu

1927 Grand Prix A.C.F.
illustrated by Alphonse Noel

1927 Le Tour du Mont Blanc
illustrated by Roger Broders

1927 Motobloc Bordeaux
illustrated by René Vincent

1927 Terza Coppa Etna, Italy

1927-29 Cordatic Tyres, France
illustrated by Robert Berény

1928 Automobile Club de France Grand Prix
illustrated by Alphonse Noel

1928 Bean Cars, UK

1928 Citroën C4, France

1928 Fiat 520
illustrated by Plino Codognato

1928 Fiat, Italy

1928 Fulgoroled Oil, Italy

1928 Isotta Faschini, Italy

1928 Mercedes-Benz

1928 Pontiac 6
illustrated by Greif

1928 Renault Trucks, France

1929 11th Salone Internazionale deli Automobile in Italia

1929 Amilcar, France

1929 Buick Silver Anniversary
illustrated by Jan Lavies

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