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Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2001

Medium: Pencil

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This is a re-print of the original drawing

Does not include frame or matte

Original Signature on re-print is available for

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This pencil drawing by Tim Forhan is drawn of a B-25 bomber preparing for take-off from an airline carrier.  The B-25, created by North American Aviation, was named the B-25 Mitchell, in honor of a pioneer of United States military aviation, General Billy Mitchell.  This bomber was used in service across 40 years by many Allied air forces and during World War II.  Almost 10,000 B-25's were produced in several models, by the end of its production.  6,680 of these B-25's were built at North American Aviation's plant in Kansas City, Kansas.  This airplane was reported to be both a safe and forgiving bomber to fly, in which it was easy to maintain control down to 145 mph.  The only major complaint of this bomber was the exceptionally loud noise created by the engines; so much so that many pilots of the B-25 eventually suffered some degree of hearing loss.  All the details of this pencil drawing really pull you into the moment of this bomber leaving the aircraft carrier.


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