In the 1980s, Paine Field, Everett WA was pretty open to aviation geeks. My first up close encounter with a flyable warbird was this Goodyear built FG-1D Corsair named "Big Hog". It was hangered in an ex-Alaska Airlines maintenance center along with an ever changing variety of interesting civil and former military aircraft and I soon became a regular pest there. The late Jim Landry restored the fighter once operated by the New Zealand Air Force over a ten-year period and flew it at many northwest airshows.
The original painting is available for purchase. Painting size in inches: 16 x 20 acrylic on gessoboard. Contact the artist and reference: "Big Hog.”
Signed prints available on this site by clicking on the "add to cart" option. Print size in inches: 16 x 20 on 18 x 22 paper.
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