Aeroplanes In Composition

Aeroplanes In Composition
Handley Page Heracles 1938
Michael Strogoff by Jules Verne 1900
Daily Express Adventure Book For Boys & Girls 1934
Liberty Magazine cover art
Dec. 1927, OZ POPULAR HOBBIES Magazine
American illustrator Herbert Paus, 1880-1946, for the Popular Science magazine in the late 1920s
1911 Tom Swift and His Sky Racer VICTOR APPLETON
1927 First Stop Honolulu or Ted Scott over the Pacific. Franklin W. Dixon
KLM – Royal Dutch Airlines – Travel Poster – art by Jan Wijga – 1933
The Digest – Literary Digest – Magazine – August 21st – 1937
LADY FILMY FERN or The Voyage of the Window Box (early 1930s and 1980) Edward Bawden
G-8 and His Battle Aces March 1939 Vol.17 No.2
Model Airplane News Magazine August 1938
Becassine Baby-sitter Émile-Joseph Porphyre Pinchon
Wilfred Plowman ‘Home to Roost’
Tom Adams (1926 – 2019) 1962 illustration of bats for Animals and their Young London
Popular Mechanics Magazine December 1928
Through pathless skies to the North Pole by N C Wyeth, poster for National Geographic Magazine 1928
Through pathless skies to the North Pole by N C Wyeth, poster for National Geographic Magazine 1928
Puck magazine January 1911
Herbert Paus, American Illustrator, 1890-1946, an example of art deco
Herbert Paus, American Illustrator, 1890-1946, an example of art deco
American illustrator Herbert Paus, 1880-1946, for the Popular Science magazine in the late 1920s
John Martin's Book The Child's Magazine June 1930 aeroplane
John Martin’s Book The Child’s Magazine June 1930
Buster Loves Buttons An I Can Read Book by Dirk Zimmer 1985
Charles-Léonce Brossé (French, b. 1871), 1910
Charles-Léonce Brossé (French, b. 1871), 1910
ME AND MY FLYING MACHINE Marianna and Mercer Mayer 1968
Flying Over Avalon by Ruehl Heckman (1940s)
Mr. Joey and the Pig by Gates and Clark
Richard Eurich, Flying fortress bombers in ww2
Krugozor (The Outlook) Soviet musical magazine with flexi-discs, 1974
Bob Peak TWA plane
Poster by Ferrari, circa 1935
Hubert Arthur Finney (British, 1905-1991) Dawn, 1966

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