CHRISTIAN HENRY TAVARD CYCLECAR ‘SORIANO’ 1100CC DE COURSE. 1922. 1923
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inscription ‘CHRISTIAN H.G.H. TAVARD/ COPYRIGHT 1967’ (lower right); inscription ‘Peinture Générale Jaune à Bande Jaune _ Roues ‘Rudge’ Rouge avec Flasques Jaunes à Cercle et Centre Rouge’ (on the lower edge) original drawing Indian ink on tracing paper 27 x 55 cm Provenance: collection of the Musée de l'Automobiliste in Mougins, South of France (1984-2008), created by Adrien Maeght, son of Aimé Maeght, famous French art dealer, collector, lithographer, and publisher; Private collection, Monaco. Cyclecar Soriano 1100cc was created by by two Spaniards the Marques de San Carlos de Pedroso and the Marques de Ivanrey Ricardo Soriano Sholtz von Hermensdorff CHRISTIAN HENRY TAVARD was a specialist in technical drawing, and the editor-in-chief of the famous magazine "L'Automobiliste" created by Adrien Maeght in the 1980s.