This surreal and fascinating painting of Dan schilling represents the early history of Enzo Ferrari and its legendary brand. A young Enzo appears in the center of the image, along with Nicola romeo (center) and Romeo's helper, Giorgio rimini, among others, in Monza, in August 1923.
To his right is his first Ferrari, the 125 S, and to the left the Dino, named after his late son Alfred. Above this stands out the 330 P4 that won at Daytona in 1967 Daytona, as well as a plane that is transformed into a Scuderia Grand Prix car.
Dan Schilling is a contemporary surrealist painter known for his hyper-realistic creations. His work has been exhibited around the world at renowned institutions such as the Crocker Museum of Art in Sacramento (California), the Sierra Nevada Museum of Art in Reno (Nevada) and the UC Davis Art Center in Davis (California).