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Dynamic Impressionism by Car Designer Andrew Barber

Andrew Barber is the latest addition to Historic Car Art’s curated artist collection.Andrew talks to Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art about his background and influences.RW: What is your background?AB: I have a degree in Automotive Design followed by a career in car design, mainly in design consultancies, but also in manufacturer’s studios in the UK, Sweden, South Korea, and the USA.RW: How would I describe your style?AB: Dynamic impressionism….

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Art of Motoring Exhibition 2018 | Royal Automobile Club

The 4th Annual Art of Motoring Exhibition returns to  the Royal Automobile Club House on Pall Mall for 2018.  Part of London Motor Week, the event runs from 29th October to 3rd November and continues online with Historic Car Art until 30th November. The exhibition curated by Jane Holmes of the RAC, Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art and Andrew Marriott of Pit Lane Productions is one of  Europe’s primary curated exhibitions of motoring and moto…

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Photographer Lou Boileau: Story telling of vintage race tracks

Photographer Lou Boileau joins the Historic Car Art selection of highly acclaimed artists. View the full collection here.Lou talks to Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art about his background, influences and story telling of vintage race tracks.Monza old circuit banking, shot on film in 2006 is a typical example of Lou’s work. Monza Old Circuit. Shot on film, dated 2006.RW: You ar…

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Artist Simon Britnell: Influences and love of 1970’s icons.

Simon Britnell is the latest addition to Historic Car Art’s highly acclaimed artist selection.Simon talks to Rupert Whyte of Historic Car Art about his background, influences and love of 1970’s iconic designs.RW: Your background is film visual effects – what makes you want to paint?SB: I became a computer games artist in 1993 but prior to that I had been a freelance artist mainly painting landscapes and illustrations for publishing. Having been w…

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