Thijs Postma - Original Painting - Douglas DC-3 KLM PH-ARG
The original painting by Thijs Postma of the PH-ARG, a Douglas DC-3 operated by KLM.
The DC-3 made its first flight on December 17, 1935.
During World War Il and thereafter, the DC-3 was operating as an airliner, transport aircraft and served many other duties. After the war, the Dakota's played an important role in the development of commercial aviation.
10,655 DC-3s were built and 4,937 under license. Before the war, KLM bought 23 DC-3s. De depicted PH-ARG is one of them.
Shown here flying over the flower-bulb fields (Bollenstreek) in the Netherlands in 1939.
This painting comes in an aluminum frame with size 61cm x 51cm, with glass and passepartout.
- 850 grams Arches aquarelle carton.
- Windsor & Newton designer's gouache.
- Kolinsky marter brushes.
This is the original and only copy Thijs Postma created by hand.
The painting can be picked up at Thijs Postma's place near Schiphol Airport, The Netherlands. He can sign it on the back with a message for you too.