The Vought F4-U Corsair



This colorful abstract features the Vought F4U Corsair. 18 different Corsairs are depicted in the painting. This American fighter aircraft saw service primarily in World War Two and the Korean War. The Corsair was designed and operated by the Navy and Marine Corps as a carrier based aircraft however was used widely from land bases as well. It’s 11:1 kill ratio made it one of the most formidable fighters of the war. First deployed in 1940, the Corsair was produced until 1953. 12,571 were produced in over 16 different models and it was the longest run of any US piston-engined fighter.
“This colorful abstract uses the pattern of a jet turbine engine to give form and pattern to this vivid painting.

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.”

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Weight 2 lbs