Collection: Enzo Naso

A Neapolitan mechanical engineer and designer, Enzo Naso began to paint in 1977.
His great passion for motor cars very soon involved him in producing posters for the Mille Miglia, Tour Auto and, in 1994, for Ferrari, beginning his collaboration with the Maranello car factory.
Works have been produced under his signature, including water colours, posters and calendars, dedicated to Ferrari Challenge, Historic Challenge, and Formula 1.  In the field of graphics the logo which he created to mark the 50th anniversary of the Maranello factory, is certainly to be remembered from among his collaborations with Ferrari.
Most of his paintings are done in oil on canvas, which is the technique that best allows him to pursue his search for special effects in tranparency and delicacy of colours. In August 2000 he was invited by Michigan University to exhibit at Meadow Brook Hall Art Concours, where he received the Strother Mc Minn Art Award as the artist who has most successfully represented the automobile as an object of art. On the occasion of the Athens Olympic games he was invited by Swatch to take part in the Kaleidoscope Exhibition.
In 2009 he exhibited his paintings in the Galleria Ferrari in the solo art show “Non only red ones” Since 2001 till 2011 he has been the official Ferrari licensee for producing limited editions and lithographs for collectors and as corporate items. Enzo Naso collaborated with Maserati, BMW Group,Porsche Italia, Ferrari Magazine, Mercedes Benz, Swatch, Omega, Vertu, Concorso d’eleganza di Villa D’Este, Citybank Italia, AMD, OMR, Club Ferrari France, Le Mans Classique.  Married, with two children, he lives and works in Tuscany.

  • 330 P4 - Daytona 1967 - Fine art print by Enzo Naso
  • Ferrari 250 GTO & Leonardo Horses - Fine art print by Enzo Naso
  • Ferrari 250 TR & Venice's Horses - Fine art print by Enzo Naso
  • Ferrari 250 GTO - Fine art print by Enzo Naso
  • Ferrari Winning numbers at Targa Florio- Fine art print by Enzo Naso
  • 312P - Sebring 1972 Fine art print by Enzo Naso