Alfa Romeo at Le Mans 1933 print by Geo Ham, France, shows the winning Alfa Romeo 8C 2300MM driven by Raymond Sommer and Tazio Nuvolari flying past the flaming wreckage of an earlier crash.
Widely regarded as one of the finest automotive artists of all time, Geo Ham was born in France in 1910. He began getting his work published by as early as 1923, and by the 1930's was already established as the finest in his field, being commissioned to create the fantastic Art Deco posters for the Monaco Grand Prix, the 24 Hours of Le Mans and many others. He competed in the 1934 Le Mans race in a 2 litre Derby, and although fuel problems forced him to withdrawal, his experience helped him capture the excitement of motor racing in his paintings. Geo Ham died in 1972. Very good condition
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