"Yellow 11 Focke-Wulf FW 190" - Framed Map Art Print by Craig Tinder
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DescriptionYellow 11 Focke-Wulf FW 190
By Artist, Craig Tinder
Printed on a heavy, matte substrate, this archival art print is fade-resistant with an astonishingly high resolution to bring out rivet-level details.
Make any room look more sophisticated by displaying this 20" x 28" (50 x 70cm) framed art print with a smooth, white mat board. It’s printed on a quality matte paper and framed with a semi-hardwood alder frame. Includes:
• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• Acrylite front protector
• White mat board
• Hanging hardware included
Based in Stormede, Germany with 6./JG 1, Feldwebel Alfred Bindseil, scored five victories during WWII. In May of 1944, Bindseil claimed an unconventional victory when he used the propeller of his FW-190 to cut the tail off of a P-51 Mustang. Bindseil was later jumped by British Spitfire fighters over France, where he never returned to base. Over 700 allied aircraft of the Western Front and northern occupied Europe were shot down by JG 1 (Jagdgeschwader 1). The unit would eventually become the only Luftwaffe unit to convert to the unique, jet-propelled Heinkel He 162A "Volksjager" fighter. The FW-190 Yellow 11 can be seen at Luftfahrtmuseum Laatzen in Hanover, Germany.
This fine art print includes an aged background designed from an actual World War II military map. A timeless design for any decor!
This item is printed on demand and typically requires 2-3 day for printing prior to shipment.
About the Artist:
Craig Tinder is an artist/historian specializing in the creation of digital aviation art work and has held a lifelong passion and interest toward history and painting. Craig grew up hanging on the fences at the Reno Air Races which fueled his passion for illustrating his favorite subject matter: WW2 aircraft. As a Loadmaster and restorer on a B-17 Flying Fortress, he understands the intricate details of his pursuits and re-creates one-of-a-kind warbird illustrations for the families of veterans. He has won numerous art shows and has contributed illustrations to a variety of publications and public education displays. Over the years, Craig has amassed a large collection of artifacts, period photos, clothing, weapons, and more, all of which are used as research materials in his paintings. He is an avid collector and serious historian - combined with his artistic talents, he produces exciting and accurate renditions of history. His original and limited-edition print work can be seen in many private collections around the world.