With Andrew Marriott & Guests
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Illustrations still exist in the temples of ancient Greek and Rome of chariot racing. So, it could be argued that this was the first form of motoring art.
Motoring art in its current form followed very quickly after the first cars were created and marketed, the manufacturers swiftly commissioning artists to provide colour illustrations for their early brochures.
Thus the Evolution of Motoring Art will surely be a most interesting topic for one of Sunday’s forums with a panel discussion led by art exhibition organiser and broadcaster Andrew Marriott, who has been curating motoring art exhibitions for over 30 years.
Joining him on the panel will be Rupert Whyte, who runs Britain’s leading motoring art sales company Historic Car Art, and Tony Clarke, one of Britain’s foremost motoring art collectors and historians with a particular expertise in pre- and early-post war motoring art.
Also on the panel with be Jonny Ambrose, a cutting edge artist, who has pioneered the use of 3D printing for his sculptures while artists working in more traditional media will also join the panel.