Alfredo De la Maria Biography
The artist Alfredo De la Maria was born in mid-1940 in the Republic of Uruguay. He concurrently studied art and architecture at the Fine Arts School in Montevideo. At the age of 18, he illustrated the politics and sport events in the largest daily newspaper of Montevideo. In 1961 his first exhibition with equestrian paintings took place in Punta del Este City.
Barry Rowe received his formal training at the College of Art in Coventry. His career as a professional artist began when he received the prestigious and coveted art award from the auction house Sotheby for a painting of the racing legend Juan Manuel Fangio
Chris Bazeley was born in Bournemouth in 1944, the second son of an electronics engineer, he contracted Polio at the age of thirteen months. An over-active imagination in an under-active body produced an eye for detail and a creativitywhich manifested itself in an abundance of drawings and models of aircraft, cars, railways, etc.