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$33.00 USD
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• 1.25" thickness.

• Artist-grade, poly cotton blend canvas material.

• High-density wood fiberboard and a sturdy frame.

• Black closeout panel for added rigidity.

• Built-in hanging tab, ready to hang.

• No risk of damage like stretch canvas.

• UV coated and scratch resistant.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.


• 300GSM thickness.

• Slight surface texture so it's not so plain.

• More affordable than canvas, but without any sacrifice in print quality.

• Printed and manufactured in the USA.

Printed product does not have a watermark.


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Estimated production time: 2-5 days.

Estimated shipping time (domestic): 5-12 business days.

Estimated shipping time (international): 21 business days or more.

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Best known for its gull wings, the F4U Corsair was iconic for its role in the Pacific Theatre during World War II. There’s dispute about the accuracy and claims of the Japanese calling this plane the “Whistling Death”, but the result of the nickname was due to the wing-root inlets for feeding air to the engine. And…if DEATH is not the word you wish to describe it, the F4U has been called “The Sweetheart” on occasion.

Artist's comment: Everyone knows the Corsair due to those gull wings. I found this to be a great way to decided on the propeller's position. I rarely ever seen the Corsair in any other color palette than blue, but it is part of its iconic character. Also, the horizontal stabilizer just so happens to be hidden from view behind the top two propeller blades. So, no, I wasn't being lazy on that detail.