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“JIMMY DOOLITTLE’S FLIGHT THROUGH LIFE”
by RON PEKAR
>>JIMMY DOOLITTLE SIGNATURE<<
A rare find, this secondary market print is beautifully framed in archival materials.
This limited edition print sold out completely when it was issued in 1992. There is a color Remarque of the GeeBee Racer, also signed by the artist (color Remarque not depicted in above image, to see it, please select the painting at page bottom.)
"Jimmy Doolittle's Flight Through Life," depicts the famed pilot in four stages of his life.
Doolittle is shown as a young boy, dressed as he would have while living in Nome, AK, with a magnificent black eye from fighting. The next portrait shows him in his WWI era flight gear, then wearing his WWII era Army uniform, as he would have before the famous Doolittle Raid. The final portrait is as an older man.
The print gives a cinematic air to Doolittle's legacy. James H. Doolittle was the fearless leader in the successful Doolittle or Tokyo Raid of 1942, the first retaliation on Japan after Pearl Harbor. In the foreground of this print are the aircraft and vessels significant to Doolittle's life, including the B-25 he flew over Japan and the USS Hornet - lost with all hands within months of the Raid.
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For over three decades, we have had the opportunity to provide aviation art collectors and WWII history buffs with special signed aviation prints. We represent all of the top aviation artists in the world and we know all the prints that have ever been published, so if you are looking for a print, let us help you find it. Most importantly, we have a selection of prints that were signed by pilots who fought in significant wars, like World War I, World War II, Vietnam, and Korea - many of them are no longer with us.
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