Monaco Grand Prix 1948 - Travel Art Print
Cross the finish line with Géo Ham's captivating 1948 Monaco Grand Prix poster! Relive the adrenaline-pumping moments of this iconic race, where fearless drivers conquer the challenging streets of Monte Carlo, leaving spectators in awe! Ham's artistic prowess brings to life the dynamic energy of motorsport, transporting you to an era filled with speed, elegance, and the allure of the French Riviera. See Géo Ham's poster for the 1937 Monaco Grand Prix here!
Géo Ham, born in 1900 as Georges Hamel, led a fascinating life that intertwined art, automobiles, and the glamorous French Riviera. He began his artistic journey as a painter and sculptor, but his passion for automobiles led him to become one of the most renowned automotive artists of his time! As a young man, he attended races at the famous Autodrome de Linas-Montlhéry, where he sketched cars and drivers with remarkable precision and artistry. His ability to capture the essence of speed and motion in his illustrations made him a sought-after artist among automobile manufacturers, racing teams, and enthusiasts alike. Ham's artistic talents extended beyond the racetrack, as he also contributed his skill to create maritime and aviation posters, in fact, he was recognized as the official painter for French aviation, in 1931!
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board