The Boeing B-29 Superfortress was one of the largest aircraft to be used in World War II, seeing action towards the end of the war. This aircraft is 99 feet long with a 141 foot wingspan. It carries four radial engines, each making 2,200 hp. This particular example, FIFI, is operated by the Commemorative Air Force, and is the only flying B-29 Superfortress in existence. This image was created during FIFI’s visit to the Eastern Iowa Airport. I processed the image with a vintage style given the aircraft’s era.
Sale is for a single, unframed print. Image is printed on fine art photographic paper using pigment inks, providing approximately 100-year archival ratings. I can accommodate alternative sizing upon request.
The watermark on the electronic image does not appear on the final product. Print is hand signed on the back.