The Stag



This colorful abstract painting features the Beechcraft Model 17 Staggerwing. In 1932, Walter H. Beech, left Curtiss-Wright, to set up a new company, Beech Aircraft Corporation, based in Wichita, Kansas. Beech took the airplane designer Ted A. Wells from Curtiss-Wright, and the first project of the new company was the Model 17, a fast biplane with an enclosed cabin designed to meet the needs of business executives. The Beechcraft Model 17, popularly known as the “Staggerwing” or The Stag, was first flown 1932. During its heyday, it was used as an executive aircraft, much as the private jet is today. The painting features a variety of the Stag in its civilian and military models, drawings are also embedded within.

Fine Art Prints: Includes additional 1″ white border.

Canvas Prints: Includes additional 3″ mirrored border to facilitate gallery wrapping.

All prints are shipped rolled, tubed and ready to frame.

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs