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The pronounced Cavallino Rampante symbolises the legendary Modena marque and today is as instantly recognisable as the interlocking C’s of the Chanel label. Originally emblazoned on the SPAD XIII fighter of Francesco Baracca, ace of aces shot down during the Great War, the equine emblem was adopted by Ferrari at the suggestion of the airman’s mother, Countess Paolina: “Ferrari, why don’t you put my son’s rampant horse on your car? It will bring you luck.” Black was the colour retained for the thoroughbred’s image, but use of the original gold field, the colour of Modena, was all Enzo Ferrari’s idea.
Designed by our sister gallery and painted by leading artists, these striking, original artworks have been commissioned for the famous limited-edition posters produced by Pullman Editions since 2010.
These newly commissioned poster artworks feature glamorous destinations around the world, ski resorts in the European Alps, as well as the world’s greatest historic automobiles on the road and track. Each artwork portrays the essence of glamour from a bygone era, in the timeless Art Deco style.
Painted in gouache on art board, the artworks are supplied mounted and unframed.
Artwork size: 30 x 20½ inches (76 x 52 cm)
Please note: this unique, one-off artwork is sold strictly without copyright.
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