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Coches de Epoca: Portfolio by Alfredo De la Maria

1912 Hispano-Suiza D-15 Tipo Alfonso XIII – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1912 Hispano-Suiza D-15 Tipo Alfonso XIII – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1928 Bentley 4.5 Lts. Blowed – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1928 Bentley 4.5 Lts. Blowed – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1928 Hispano-Suiza H6B – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1928 Hispano-Suiza H6B – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1929 Salmson 1100 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1929 Salmson 1100 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1930 Rolls-Royce Phantom II – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1932 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1932 Chrysler 8 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1932 Chrysler 8 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1935 Fiat Balilla – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1935 Fiat Balilla – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1936 Jaguar SS 100 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1936 Jaguar SS 100 – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1939 Atalanta 1.5 Lts. – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
1939 Atalanta 1.5 Lts. – Illustrated by Alfredo De la María
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– №1 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza, 1932

– №2 Jaguar SS 100, 1936

– №3 Fiat Balilla, 1935

– №4 Bentley 4.5 Lts. Blowed, 1928

– №5 Chrysler 8, 1932

– №6 Rolls-Royce Phantom II, 1930

– №7 Atalanta 1.5 Lts., 1939

– №8 Salmson 1100, 1929

– №9 Hispano-Suiza H6B, 1928

– №10 Hispano-Suiza D-15 Tipo Alfonso XIII, 1912


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. Additionally his paintings of naval and aviation subjects were also much in demand.

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 traveled to Argentina, to take a position with an important publishing company in the city of Buenos Aires.

There he created illustrations for the covers of the many major magazines including Automundo, Parabrisas, El Tony and Dartagnan.

During this time he became totally involved in automotive art, and in 1989 he made the first of his many exhibits at the Buenos Aires Classic Cars Club.

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