Alan H. Leamy was one of the most influential designers employed by the Auburn Automobile Company where he created some of the most innovative styles in automotive history. He loved fast cars and was a skilled driver, using the clutch by moving his braced leg with his hands.
An avid sportsman, he also designed firearms and ammunition. Leamy was known for his impeccable sartorial style, which translated into his automobile designs.
This replicated Alan Leamy illustration depicts Leamy himself inside of a Duesenberg Convertible Sedan, which never saw production. Faithfully reproduced from Leamy original, owned by the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum.
The illustration is printed on high quality white matte stock paper, measuring 9" x 17.5", enclosed in an elegant black matte frame with backing.