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AC-004 Clipper 314 airplane aircraft pencil drawing

Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2003

Medium: Pencil

Item# AC004


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

Clipper 314 - pencil drawing

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Not only has Tim been able to draw, with complex detail, the foreground of the Clipper 314, in this pencil drawing, but he has also conveyed the smallest of details in the background of this drawing, of the Golden Gate Bridge.  During the 1930's travel by flight, became popular and passengers had the desire to fly across the ocean.  In response to this desire, Pan American Airlines requested (from Boeing) a long-range, 4 engine boat that could fly.  Boeing then developed their 'model 314' that was nicknamed the 'Clipper' (this nickname was named after the great ocean-sailing ships).  We are sure you will enjoy this pencil drawing once it is added to your own art collection.  It is truly incredible, when you look at and appreciate the detail that Tim is consistently able to create in his pencil drawings.  It is sometimes hard to believe that the only tools he uses to create these drawings are pencils and erasers.

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