Italian hyperrealist artist Francesco Capello was born on February 11, 1944 in Chivasso. He brilliantly graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Turin, where he got a diploma of honor. In addition, he received an award – the prize for the best students. After studies, Francesco Capello worked as a teacher of ‘Painting Disciplines’ at the Artistic High School “Arturo Martini” in Savona, and in High School of Art in Turin. Noteworthy, talented Italian artist Francesco prefers working in realistic technique, and his paintings look amazingly photo realistic. Meanwhile, his first solo exhibition was in 1967 and after that he participated in numerous exhibitions. The name of Francesco Capello has become well-known in Italy and abroad. This beautiful gallery of hyperrealistic paintings titled “Women at the wheel” depict contemporary women, driving their cars, as well as rain and images of random cars.