Follow us:

Submit
Home Calendars Prints Contact Us

All images on this site have been watermarked to prevent copyright infringement.  Watermarks are removed on all purchased artwork.               

Subscribe

Copyright © 2012 T.H. Forhan

All Rights Reserved. All prices USD

 Privacy Policy

Related Products:

Item Number                Name                                                                        Image

Customers who purchased this product, also purchased:

Item Number                Name and Description                                                  Image

AC011

AC012

B25 Deck - Doolittle

Airplane Drawing -  Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

B25 C-Doolittle

Airplane Drawing - Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

2014-AC2C

2014 Aircraft 2 Calendar

Compilation of the newest 12 aircraft (Bombers) drawings in a 2014 wall calendar.

2014-AC2C                                                   


AC039                       

AC040

AC043

AC042

B17 C - “Carol Jane”

Airplane Drawing - Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

2014 Aircraft 2 Calendar

Compilation of the newest 12 aircraft (Bombers) drawings in a 2014 wall calendar.

B-24 “Red Tail Escort - West”

Airplane Drawing - Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

B-24 J Liberator “On Short”

Airplane Drawing - Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

B-24 “Red Tail Escort - East”

Airplane Drawing - Wall Art

Aircraft Pencil Drawing

Next Drawing ->>> <<<- Previous Drawing

Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2012

Medium: Pencil

Item# AC012


This is a re-print of the original drawing

Does not include frame or matte

Original Signature on re-print is available for

an additional cost

B25 C - Doolittle - pencil drawing

This amazing drawing, 'B-25C Doolittle's Raiders' was drawn by Tim Forhan in 2012.  This B-25 first gained notoriety when it was used as the bomber in the Doolittle Raid on April 18, 1942.  Led by Lieutenant Colonel Jimmy Doolittle, 16 B-25B's attached mainland Japan, four months after the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941.  Even though this bombing created somewhat minor damage, it caused the Japanese to redirect their troops for their home defense for the remainder of World War II.  This bombing, led by Doolittle, successfully lifted the spirits of Americans and sent the message to the Japanese that thier home islands were not invincible by enemy forces.  Tim Forhan is best known for his very detailed, aircraft pencil drawings, and this drawing certainly shows why.  We are sure this drawing will be a wonderful addition to your collection of art.