Category Archives: Aviation Art

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“A Glorious Bellanca”

Giuseppe Mario Bellanca was an Italian-American airplane designer and builder who created the first enclosed-cabin monoplane in the United States in 1922. Missed opportunity with Lindbergh - In late 1926, an enterprising Charles Lindbergh had [...]

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Enter the Artist

Enter the Artist At this point in my flying career I wasn’t making much progress with my attempt at completing my Famous Artists Course, a correspondence effort with the school in Westport, Connecticut. Lesson 10 of 24 is as far as I ever made [...]

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Early Inspirations

Early Inspirations: A Series of three 1948 “Defiants Enroute to Dunkirk” Appreciating a work of art with an aviation theme, by way of an inspiration for both art and aviation itself, can’t go without comment. I can recall coming across this [...]

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Artist Aviator

Artist Aviator “Once upon a time,” there was this little boy who had no idea what life had in store for him. Actually, there are a lot of little boys and girls arriving in the world with the same affliction. Most of us are afloat in the same [...]

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