Fine Art Print of the Corvette C1. Hundreds of photos assembled together to create an artistic vision. Photo credits "Corvette C1 III"
Ask any amateur of American sports cars the two models that define the genre. There is little doubt that the two names that would immediately come to mind would be Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Corvette. The Corvettes were launched in 1953, before the arrival of the Mustang in 1964. They were the most audacious creation of their time. Even though the chassis of a Corvette was derived from a standard Chevrolet sedan, its spectacularly shaped fiberglass body was a bold move for the world's largest automotive company at the time, General Motors, Its wide range of family, and Cadillac luxury cars.
The C1s are the oldest school corvettes par excellence and are easily identifiable by their exposed headlights, their rounded curves, and their very low seat. From 1953 to 1962, the Chevrolet Corvette C1 gave American athletes a new dimension and became (and still is) indissociable with the American image of the 1950s and 1960s. The C1 has undergone many changes, mainly cosmetic. However, this small roadster which welcomed in 1953 a 3.9-liter Chevrolet 6-cylinder in-line engine, ended his career in 1962 with a 5.4-liter V8 developing 360 hp.
The ability of Amaury Dubois, an art photographer, to make powerful, captivating and dynamic images, leads to a totally unique and exciting Chevrolet Corvette C1 approach that reveals the details of an underlying off- standard. Limited edition art photography, signed and numbered.
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70 x 70 cm or 50 x 50 cm | Limited Edition of 10
All Amaury Dubois’s work of art are on very limited edition (30 copies max, for all formats) and have a unique print number.
Furthermore and in order to guarantee their authenticity on the art market, each copy is directly signed from the hand of the artist.
To offer you a perfect artistic touch, Amaury Dubois’s fine art prints are edited on a high-end art photo paper, answering to the highest standards regarding density, range of colours and image sharpness.
Amaury Dubois chooses Photo Rag®, the internationally reputed art photo paper Hahnemühle, to give a perfect sharpness to his works of art and guarantee accurate and realistic copy.
Thanks to the association with the Fine Art printing technique, each gradiant colour, each shade of colour creates a subtle effect, transcending work of art to the smallest detail.
Photo Rag® has its own particular texture, preserving the specific sensation of touch of a real art paper.
Developed around the idea of a simple and refined design, the high-end aluminium black frame embodies the resolutely contemporary spirit of your work of art.
The frame has a high-end mineral glass of 2mm thick with polished edges. It is send in bubble pack and in a wood crate in order to protect it from the potential shocks during the shipping.
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Composed with hundreds of photos, his photographic assemblies about symbolic cars put forward the history and all the peculiarities which characterize these models. Amaury Dubois does not present us a simple automobile photography but the idea that we are made of these cars, all that inspires us, as a picture that we would take in our spirit.
«The idea is to recreate a mental vision of a car. When we evoke a model of car, there is not a single image which comes to the spirit, there is a stream of images which comes into the head. I freeze this mental process in a single picture, as the result we have a photography which goes out directly of our imagination.»
The art photographies of Amaury Dubois on the theme of the automobile were revealed for the first time in 2016 during the autoshow Retromobile in Paris.
His work is exhibited in different art galleries across Europe, but some of his pieces are also part to many European and international art collections (in France Belgium, Luxembourg, Holland Switzerland Portugal Brazil USA …). His last exhibition was in Singapore.