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Juan Carlos Ferrigno was born on May 25, 1960 in Buenos Aires, where he spent his youth. He began his professional career in 1978 working for six years at one of the most famous Argentinian studios. He was involved with the graphical promotion of several editions of Motor Cycle Argentinian Grand Prix and some stands for the Juan Manuel Fangio Museum of Motor Racing in Balcarce. Juan Carlos Ferrigno was the winner of the first Grand Prix Sportique International Motoring Art Competition in 1996 his painting was entitled 'Fangio and Alfa Romeo'. It was published as a Limited Edition print by Grand Prix Sportique as part of his prize, and is available from 'oliversart.com' - see link below.
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To visit Juan Carlos Ferrigno's Art Gallery click here:To see our 5 Motorsports Art Galleries showing all artists click button belowWe have 5 Motor sports galleries -Formula 1 - History : Motor Racing :Formula 1 - Modern : Motoring Classics : Motorbikes.Juan Carlos Ferrigno's works are shown throughout these galleriesJuan Carlos Ferrigno - Prints available
Juan Carlos Ferrigno Dave Foord, Alan Fearnley, Barry Rowe, Juan Carlos Ferrigno, Michael Thompson, Graham Thoms
nIn our galleries you will also see works by these artists:Alan Fearnley: Alan Fearnley was born in Yorkshire and studied at Batley College of Art. Initially his paintings included railway architecture, but then he moved away from topographical and landscape compositions towards transport oriented mechanical subjects especially motor racing - motor sport being one of his loves.Ray Goldsbrough: Born in Sunderland, he attended the Sunderland School of Art & Industrial Design. Ray's art medium is watercolour/gouache. He specialises in motorsport and has had several UK exhibitions and is a FATG Finalist.Dave Foord: Is an extremely talented self taught motorsports artist who favours acrylic as his art medium. Dave lives in Derbyshire and his favourite music is Squeeze and New Order.Barry Rowe: A much admired artist for his accurately researched paintings depicting automobile scenes from the 1930's and has established a reputation on both sides of the Atlantic. In 1999 he exhibited with Grand Prix Sportique in Monte-Carlo for the first time.Craig Warwick: His speciality is portraits and is noted for his astonishingly lifelike paintings of Damon Hill, Gerhard Berger and many others. He has exhibited at the Annual London Exhibition of Motor and Motor Racing Art.Michael Thompson: Born in Bristol and living in Somerset, Michael is a self taught artist who uses acrylic and oils. He has had several exhibitions in the UK and JapanGraham Bosworth: Was born in Coventry and attended the Coventry College of Art. He uses oil, gouache and watercolour mediums. Graham has exhibited at the Festival of Speed at GoodwoodGerald Coulson: Started painting full time in 1969; his work has been highly sought after ever since. Whatever the subject, be it motorsport or aircraft, his ability to capture the realism and mood of the scene is unsurpassed, making him one of the most widely collected and highly regarded artists in the world today.Nicholas Watts : Greg Tillett : Chris SkripekMotorsport Art Gallery - Prints by other artists available in our 5 motorsports galleriesFormula 1 - HistoryMotor Racing
Formula 1 - ModernMotoring ClassicsMotorbikesTo visit Juan Carlos Ferrigno's Art Gallery click here:To see our 5 Motorsports Art Galleries by all artists click button belowRobert Taylor Nicolas Trudgian Philip West David Shepherd Stephen Brown Simon Atack Rodney Charman Ray Goldsbrough Alan Fearnley Dave Foord Wildlife Art Gallery Concorde Art Gallery Nick Trugian Robert Taylor Stuart Brown Dave Foord Alan Fearnley Ray Goldsbrough