CLIPPER MORNING STAR (Secondary Market Copy)
by Robert Taylor
Developed by the Boeing Company during World War II from its successful B-29 Super-Fortress to meet the needs for long range air transport, the Stratocruiser became a symbol of post-war civil aviation. Robert Taylor’s nostalgic painting, shows Clipper Morning Star N1042V flying serenely over the distinctive Manhattan skyline in 1952.
Overall print size: 32″ x 24″
Each print is individually signed by the artist.
This secondary market copy of this print comes with it’s original Certificate of Authenticity and is in extremely good condition, having been stored flat and out of sunlight since purchase.
Edition Size – 1000