This image of a non-airworthy Grumman Albatross was taken late at night on the West Texas ranch of the late Connie Edwards. Amongst cotton fields and stone quarries, Connie left behind what was likely the most extensive and impressive collection of war planes and flying boats and claims to the best highest paid stuntman in history after his payment of 17 Me-109 Messerchsmitts for his participation in the film, The Battle of Britain.
Archival exhibition inkjet prints on ULTRAChrome HDR pigment inks, coupled with Canson’s and Hahnemuhle 100% cotton rag archival papers. Printed & framed in Los Angeles, California USA.
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24x30: Editions of 20
30x40: Editions of 20
40x60: Editions of 12
60x90: Editions of 6
Frames are conservation-grade and close-cornered.
Printed with a 1.25 - 2" white border.
Images for illustrative purposes only.
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