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Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat

Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat (Boeing 707)
Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat (Boeing 707)
Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat (Boeing 707)
Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat (Boeing 707)
Clipper Stargazer by Mike Machat (Boeing 707)
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In 1959, the Boeing Aircraft Company responded to a Pan American World Airways request for a larger, long-range version of the original 707 jetliner. This improved version - the "Intercontinental" Mod...  >Read More
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  • 29" x 21" Open Edition on paper*....$145

    70 Limited Edition Giclée prints in these sizes:

  • 20" x 13 1/4" (small) Canvas (unstretched)....$245
  • 20" x 13 1/4" (small) Canvas (stretched**)....$320
  • 30" x 20" (medium) Canvas (unstretched)....$445
  • 30" x 20" (medium) Canvas (stretched**)....$530
  • 40" x 26 1/2" (large) Canvas (unstretched)....$645
  • 40" x 26 1/2" (large) Canvas (stretched**)....$745
  • 45" x 30" (ex-large) Canvas (unstretched)....$1045

    * Image Size: 25" x 16.5"

    ** Stretched canvases are ready to frame

  • In 1959, the Boeing Aircraft Company responded to a Pan American World Airways request for a larger, long-range version of the original 707 jetliner. This improved version - the "Intercontinental" Model 320 - weighed 168 tons at takeoff and could carry 180 passengers over routes of up to 4,000 miles nonstop. Mike Machat's painting depicts Pan Am's Boeing B707-320B in its historic inaugural airline service between New York and Moscow on July 15, 1968. Contrails on the horizon are those of an Aeroflot Il-62 flying the reciprocal service from Moscow to New York, an event attended by the artist at JFK Airport.
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