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French Curtiss P-36 Over Senegal by Thijs Postma with Metal Frame

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Description:

Not many people have this gouache of a Curtiss P-36 Hawk, also known as the Curtiss Hawk Model 75, flying near Dakar, Senegal on their wall. You can be one of them. This aircraft is the predecessor to the famous Curtiss P-40 Warhawk. The Curtiss P-36 Hawk had very good flying qualities and French pilots booked several victories over German aircraft. However it was no match for the Messerschmitt Bf 109. The Hawk 75A-3 shown here belonged to the Vichy forces and flies over Dakar, Senegal in August 1942.

High quality poster with an aluminum frame. Reproduction of original gouache painting by Thijs Postma.

Eigenschappen / Materiaal

  • Museum kwaliteit poster gemaakt op duurzaam mat archief papier (ongecoat).
  • Dit posterpapier is geler (gebroken wit) omdat er tijdens de productie geen optische witmakers worden gebruikt.
  • Papier is 250 gram/m2.
  • Een mooi aluminium frame / lijst.
  • Frame is licht van gewicht en 1-2cm dik.
  • Onbreekbaar, transparant plexiglas.
  • Inclusief ophangset om zowel staand als liggend op te hangen.
  • Voor muur decoratie binnen, bijvoorbeeld woonkamer, slaapkamer, kantoor, bedrijfspand, gang, hangaar, hotelkamer of bed & breakfast.

Verzend Informatie

  • Free shipping.
  • Expected delivery: 3-5 workdays.
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster and frame.
  • The frame and poster are delivered together. The poster is not mounted in the frame.

Ophang Instructies

How Do I Mount A Poster Into The Frame?

  1. Remove packaging from the frame and locate the small metal tabs on the back of the frame.
  2. Bend the tabs through 90º.
  3. Once all the tabs have been lifted out of the way, the rear of the frame can be removed and the picture inserted into the frame. Replace the back of the frame and bend the tabs back down to hold the frame in position.