Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Automotive Art - part 3

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 3 of an 8-part series on automotive art:

1913 Lozier, Detroit
 illustrated by G. W. Peters

1913 Michelin Instruction Manual

1913 Pierce Arrow, Buffalo, New York
illustrated by Robert J. Wildhack

1913 Pierce Arrow, Buffalo, New York

1914 Berlin Auto Exhibition
illustrated by Lucien Bernhard

1914 Bosch spark plugs
illustrated by Lucian Bernhard

1914 International Auto Races, Indianapolis

1914 Mercedes
illustrated by Ludwig Hohlwein

1914 Michelin
illustrated by René Vincent

1914 Model L Electric, Lincoln Motor Works

1916 Pierce-Arrow, Buffalo, New York
illustrated by John E. Sheridan

1918 Benz

1918 Benz
illustrated by Lehmann Steglitz

1919 Kelly's Tyres
illustrated by Lou Mayer

1919 Peugeot, France
illustrated by René Vincent

1920 Automobiles Delage
illustrated by Raimon

1920 Saxon, Detroit, Michigan

c 1920 Michelin Tyres

1920s Bentley, London

1920s Bentley, London

c  1920s Automobiles P. - Génestin & Cie., France

c 1920s Citroën (Italy)
illustrated by Marcello Nizzoli

c 1920s Clinoto Lave l'Auto, France

1920s Chrysler
illustrated by Edmond Maurus

1920s Automobiles Delage 
illustrated by Raimon

1920 Automobiles Delage 

1920s Lincoln
illustrated by Stark Davis

1920s Mercedes Daimler
illustrated by Krahn Stuttg

1920s Mercedes-Benz

1920s Motobloc Bordeaux, France

1921 Mercedes
illustrated by Ottofranz Kutscher

1921 Michelin Tyres (USA)

1922 Bugatti, Italy

1923 1st International Race Week
illustrated by Josep Segrelles

1923 Les Automobiles Georges Irat, France
illustrated by René Vincent

1923 Voisin Automobiles, France
illustrated by Charles Loupot

1924 Ariès, France

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