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P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman

P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman
P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman
P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman
P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman
P-38 Lightning by Larry Grossman
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A beautiful twin-boom Lockheed P-38 Lightning banks low over the Pacific as the sun sets on the horizon. The P-38 saw action in both the European and Pacific theatres of war, but was most effective ag...  >Read More
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Prints are signed by the artist and numbered

200 Limited Editions of each of the following:

  • Paper print (Image size: 18" x 22.5")....$160
  • Paper print (Image size: 24" x 30")....$220
  • Canvas print (Image size: 20" x 24.5")....$290
  • Canvas print (Image size: 28" x 34")....$390
  • Your choice of prints with or without logo and/or text.
  • Paper prints include a 1/2" white border.
  • Canvas prints include a 2" black border to allow for gallery wrapping

  • A beautiful twin-boom Lockheed P-38 Lightning banks low over the Pacific as the sun sets on the horizon. The P-38 saw action in both the European and Pacific theatres of war, but was most effective against the Japanese in the Pacific. Tipped off by an intercepted Japanese message, on April 18th 1943 sixteen P-38’s flew 435 miles at very low altitude to intercept Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto’s Mitsubishi G4M “Betty” bomber. Yamamoto had been the chief architect of the attack on Pearl Harbor, so it was sweet revenge when the P-38’s sent his plane down in flames to the jungle below. His death was a major psychological blow to the Japanese.
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