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"P-51 Mustang, Tuskegee airmen", Lee Archer - giant span cover

Tuskegee Airmen bâche
Tuskegee Airmen bâcheTuskegee Airmen bâche detail 1Tuskegee Airmen bâche detail 2
500,00 € each


211 x 150 cm
tube cartonné (carton tube)
illimité / unlimited
Bâche PVC / PVC span cover

This painting is a tribute to a famous squadron composed of colored men who became fighter pilots during World War 2. Lee "Buddy" Archer, their leader, is shown in this painting escorting a badly damaged fortress back home. The nickname "Tuskegee airmen" came form the training center for "black pilots" which was especiallly destinated to create aerial squadrons of colored men. Unlike to the infantry, the Us Air Force was clearly segregated : black and white pilots had very few relation. The red tail and the coloured nose of the aircraft are typical marks of the Tuskegee airmen squadrons.

This giant 211cm x 150cm span cover has 8 eyelets for hanging. Printed on PVC. The price includs shipping charges to France and Europe. For other countries, please contact me. Benjamin.

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