Alan Fearnley, British painter, is known for his superb paintings of motor racing and Formula One around the world. Fearnley was born in Yorkshire, and studied at Batley College of Art. His early works established Alan as an artist of unique talent and quality. Over the past 30 or so years Alan had built up a wealth of subject matter, starting with landscapes and moving later into his well known transport and motor racing paintings, the work that started to flow reflected not only his special skills, but also his love and passion for both motoring and motor sport.
With his attention to detail in his motor racing paintings as well as his few hisotrical paintings, including Arnhem Bridge which was singed by Major Frost, and his superb classic cricket painting signed by the great Denis Compton - demand for his original paintings and art prints is strong throughout the world.