Alfredo De La Maria is a wellknown painter who become passionately involved in automotive art already many years ago. His paintings were exhibited at most of the important automotive shows such as Pebble Beach, Retromobile and Cavallino, and the love for his work makes him regularly travel between continents to be in many important exhibitions and galleries.
Alfredo De la María was born in Uruguay in 1945. De la María studied art and architecture at the Bellas Artes School, in Montevideo. At the age of 18 he served as an illustrator of politics and sporting events for a leading newspaper in Montevideo. In 1961 he conducted his first exhibit of equestrian paintings in Punta del Este City. His studies about Polo are legendary in Uruguay. In 1966 De la María left for Europe where he settled in Paris for the next three years. Returning to Montevideo for a short time he travelled to Argentina to take a position with an important publishing company in the city of Buenos Aires... More about his biography here.
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J.M Fangio Mercedes hat an unusual race. The favorites Moss and Fangio leave and leave the point to Alberto ascari (Lancia) that without knowing the abandonment of the Mercedes runs deep and falls to the port when leaving the chicane. At the end Trintignant wins a 1953 Ferrari and Ascari loses his life a week later.
Wolfgang Berghe Von Trips (Ferrari vs. Stirling Moss Lotus) A very contested race where Moss won the lotus against the Ferrari scuderia (phill + richie ginther + Von trips). Last Monaco race for Von trips that lost his life that year in monza when he was about to win the world championship.
Achille Varzi piloting the Type 51 Bugatti against his archirival Nuvolari on an alpha Romeo monza. Race very fought between both and last triumph of Bugatti in Monaco. The Bugatti finished his race in Bs.As. In the hands of Roberto Mieres in 1948 again several triumphs