Continuing our coverage of photographer Edward Quinn’s brilliant book Stars and Cars of the ’50s, we bring you – Picasso.
Here the artist and his son Paul is pictured with his 1930 Hispano-Suiza type H6B with coachwork by Henri Binder on the Cote d’Azur in 1953.
Picasso and his Hispano-Suiza type H6B on the Cote d’Azur in 1953
A car built to rival the Rolls-Royce, the H6B was the Spanish ulltra-luxe auto marque’s flagship.
Renowned for exquisite hand-built racing and luxury cars, Hispano-Suiza also created several one-offs for King Alfonso XIII of Spain.
A fitting conveyance for an artist with an outsize ego….
- Posted July 15, 2011
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