"Alaskan Tigers" Limited Edition Giclée Fine Art Print by Craig Tinder
"Alaskan Tigers" by Artist Craig Tinder
This limited edition Giclée Fine Art Print autographed by Artist Craig Tinder depicts General Chennault's son, Col. John 'Jack' Chennault protecting the Aleutian Islands from Japanese invasion
Choose from two different Fine Art Print sizes:
- 18" x 12" (45.7 cm x 30.5 cm) Limited to ONLY 100 Prints
- 24" x 20" (60.9 cm x 50.8 cm) Limited to ONLY 100 Prints
Each Limited Edition Fine Art Print is printed on archival presentation-quality, 260 GSM / 10 Mil, photographic paper created using the highest quality inks and archival techniques and is signed by Artist Craig Tinder. Includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
About the Print:
The P-40's legacy is closely coupled with General Claire Lee Chennault's American Volunteer Group (AVG), otherwise known as the Flying Tigers. Chennault trained his crews to exploit the strengths of the P-40 to fight the Japanese - dive from high altitudes and attack. General Chennault's son, Col. John 'Jack' Chennault would use many of the same tactics while protecting Alaska's Aleutian Islands from Japanese invasion. Painted in a modified "shark-mouth" paint scheme, the 343rd Pursuit Group would defend the U.S. mainland from attack from mid-1942 to fall 1943.
Craig Tinder has been an aviation artist since 1999 and specializes in rivet-level accuracy. Raised on the fences of the Reno Air Races, Craig has had the opportunity to create illustrations for Medal of Honor Recipients, WWII Aces, as well as the families of veterans looking to commemorate their loved ones.
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