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3 little birds 11x14x2" wood panel

3 little birds 11x14x2" wood panel

This is not what a fighter should look like... Long live the F4 Phantom! Let's see you beat the F4 resilience, popularity, multi-role versatility!

This is not what a fighter should look like... Long live the F4 Phantom! Let's see you beat the F4 resilience, popularity, multi-role versatility!

This little guy, painted on a wooden panel has flown the coop!  But you can still purchase a 10x10" matted or unmatted photo print, which will instantly brighten any wall in your home! ✨✨

Bird print - Bird wall art - Bird home decor - Bird lovers - Colorful bird - Whimsical bird - Gifts for bird lovers - Robin redbreast print

This little guy, painted on a wooden panel has flown the coop! But you can still purchase a 10x10" matted or unmatted photo print, which will instantly brighten any wall in your home! ✨✨

53. Tin Roof - 62 #Absolutely Fantastic Birdhouses to Make Your #Garden a Bird's…

53. Tin Roof - 62 #Absolutely Fantastic Birdhouses to Make Your #Garden a Bird's…

Into the light 8x30" wood panel

Into the light 8x30" wood panel

Two Mustangs of the 361st Fighter Group in flight during Summer 1944. The upper aircraft, a D-5-NA (s/n 44-13410) named "LOU IV" (after the baby daughter of its pilot) on the port side and "ATHELENE" on the starboard side, was flown by the CO of the Group, Thomas Jonathan Jackson CHRISTIAN. Thomas Christian was KIA on 12 August 1944 near Arras. The lower aircraft, another D-5-NA (s/n 44-13926), was flown by Abe P. ROSENBERGER of the 375th Fighter Squadron

Two Mustangs of the 361st Fighter Group in flight during Summer 1944. The upper aircraft, a D-5-NA (s/n 44-13410) named "LOU IV" (after the baby daughter of its pilot) on the port side and "ATHELENE" on the starboard side, was flown by the CO of the Group, Thomas Jonathan Jackson CHRISTIAN. Thomas Christian was KIA on 12 August 1944 near Arras. The lower aircraft, another D-5-NA (s/n 44-13926), was flown by Abe P. ROSENBERGER of the 375th Fighter Squadron

Portrait of Goshawk "Dusty" Owned and flown by Mr. M van Appeldorn Oil on panel 38x48 cm

Portrait of Goshawk "Dusty" Owned and flown by Mr. M van Appeldorn Oil on panel 38x48 cm

Song for a new day oil base enamel on 8x30x2" wood panel

Song for a new day oil base enamel on 8x30x2" wood panel

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