Zoltan Glass/National Museum of Science & Media/Science & Society Picture Library
Two men inspect the tyre of a motorcyle at the Automobile Exhibition, 1934. Photography by Zoltan Glass (1903-1981). Originally born in Hungary, Zoltan Glass began work as a cartoonist and retoucher, but moved into photography in the early 1930s; he took many photographs at the Nürburgring and Avus races, but subsequently moved to London; his work also concentrated on fashion and naturist photography; established Zoltan Glass Studio at 183, Kings Road, Chelsea (later at Paradise Walk, SW3); sold studio in 1964 and retired to France, where he died in 1981.
Photograph taken during an Automobile Exhibition. Berlin, 1934.