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Emilio SALUZZI

1949 Gran Premio d’Italia | Poster

Limited Edition Print

A Pullman Editions poster by Emilio Saluzzi. The incomparable Alberto Ascari, son of famous Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Ascari, reigned supreme among Italian drivers. His 1949 Italilan Grand Prix victory was the first for Ferrari and took place at the Autodromo di Monza, where the Milanese ace was to crash fatally a few years later, at the wheel of his Ferrari 750S. The victory is celebrated in this stylised poster by Emilio Saluzzi.

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A Pullman Editions poster by Emilio Saluzzi. The incomparable Alberto Ascari, son of famous Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Ascari, reigned supreme among Italian drivers. His 1949 Italilan Grand Prix victory was the first for Ferrari and took place at the Autodromo di Monza, where the Milanese ace was to crash fatally a few years later, at the wheel of his Ferrari 750S. The victory is celebrated in this stylised poster by Emilio Saluzzi.

Measurements

Overall size (cm): 97.0 x 63.5

More about this item

• Limited Edition of 280 numbered in pencil in the lower margin.

• Lithograph on fine art paper.

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