The F-117 Stealth Fighter

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Night Knight

This dramatic painting of the Lockheed F-117 Stealth Fighter portrays the advanced aircraft in its element over the night skies of Baghdad during Operation Iraqi Freedom.  Twice this aircraft and her crews have been called to action against the tyrannical dictator, Saddam Hussein, where it operated over one of the most heavily defended target areas in the world with impunity.

Artist Andrew Probert is well known for his conceptual work on many movies and television shows such as BattleStar Galactica, Back to the Future, and AirWolf.  He also collaborated on the look of the movie Enterprise for Star Trek, and designed the Enterprise D for Star Trek: TNG.  His mastery of technical artistry, design, and detail is evident in this stunning portrayal of America's front-line attack aircraft.

Night Knight is carefully reproduced on 95 lb. Archival Stock, each print is individually signed and inspected by the artist for color consistency and accuracy.  The 24" x 30" print is signed by the artist.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.

"Night Knight" by Andrew Probert
Qty: Price: $35
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Lightning At 03:00

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This dramatic painting of the Lockheed F-117 Stealth Fighter portrays Col. Al Whitley and the 37th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW) Nighthawks executing the first strike on Baghdad in the early morning of January 16th, 1991, during operation Desert Storm.  This thrilling work by artist Steven Moore portrays the Stealth Fighter as nearly as invisible to the eye as it is to enemy radar.

"Lightning at 03:00" by Steven Moore, 24" x 33", Signed Open Ed. Print
Qty: Price: $45

 

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