February 9, 2019, marked the fiftieth anniversary of the first flight of the Boeing 747 prototype. Still considered the “Queen” of the airlines by most of the world’s flying community. The painting shows the prototype and the Boeing owned Canadair CL-13 Mk5 Sabre chase plane pulling contrails around a cloud bound Mt Rainier on an early test flight. The 747 carries the logos of the first 26 airlines to commit to purchasing this giant size new technology.
Both air craft have been restored for static display at Seattle's Museum of Flight.
*The original painting is available for purchase. Painting size in inches: 30 x 40 acrylic on canvas. Contact the artist and reference: "The Queen.”
Signed prints available on this site by clicking on the "add to cart" option. Print size in inches: image 16 x 20 on 18 x 22 paper.
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