“Answered Prayers” by Michael Short
WELCOME TO VIRGINIA BADER
On 13 April 1944, Captain Jerry Osnadick’s B-17 Bomber was badly damaged during a bombing run on the Messerschmitt factory in Augsburg. With two of four engines failed, he wrestled the wounded bomber back across the English Channel towards safety.
As he approached the fabled White Cliffs of Dover, two P47s of the 375th Fighter Group joined with him to escort him in to the airfield.
Immediately after landing, the propellor of #3 engine fell off the engine entirely. It, and Captain Osnadick, had performed their duties and returned to base safely.
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Over four 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.
Virginia was the first person to sell aviation art in the U.S and to sell prints actually signed by the pilots. Our experience bringing famous Aces over from Germany and Britain, allows us to bring our customers closer to their favorite pilots than they ever imagined and the good signature prints are becoming increasingly unavailable.
We invite you to browse our website either by
Artist, Airplane Type or Title.
If you are in the California area, come visit our gallery on John Wayne Airport in Orange County, where we have many fantastic framed and unframed art prints on display.
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