The F-14 Tomcat

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Felix 101

 

Felix 101 by Mark KarvonFelix 101 is Mark Karvon's homage to the venerable F-14 Tomcat.  In this work, he has portrayed the lead bird of the VF-31 Tomcatters during their last cruise with this powerful and versatile aircraft.  Mark's print is available in 2 sizes, so be sure to make your selection when ordering!  Both print sizes carry the artist's signature.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click you browser's BACK button to return here.

"Felix 101" by Mark Karvon
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Tomcat!

Tomcat! by Dru BlairTomcat! by acclaimed artist Dru Blair depicts the awesome power and performance of the Grumman F-14A+ in low-level profile.  The explosive low pressure shock wave, generated by the sudden passage of this aircraft over the open sea, is a compelling display of fluid dynamics and the Art of American Technology.  Click on the thumbnail to see a larger view.  Then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  Be sure to select a print type/size when ordering!

"Tomcat!" by Dru Blair
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Shock Waves

Shock Waves by John Doughty, Jr.Click on the thumbnail to see a larger view of John R. Doughty Jr.'s art.  Then click your browser's BACK button to return here.

"Two F-14A Tomcats from Fighter Squadron Two (VF-2), known as the 'Bounty Hunters' from Miramar, California, surpassing the speed of sound (Mach One) as they thunder by the aircraft carrier USS Ranger (CV-61). A condensation cloud surrounds each of the Tomcats as they break the sound barrier at approximately 770 miles per hour. The phenomenon of the bursting cloud is caused by humidity in the atmosphere condensing on the shock wave as the airflow over the aircraft increases past Mach One. As the two Tomcats, or "Mach Busters," pass low over the ocean, the disturbance from the shock waves churns up the water's surface."~the artist, John Doughty, Jr.

"Shock Waves" by John R. Doughty, Jr., 30" x 25", Signed & Numbered Ltd. Ed. Print
Qty: Price: $125

F-14A Tomcat (In Air)

F-14A Tomcat (In Air) by Jim StovallWith wings swept forward, Jim Stovall depicts this Tomcat maximizing the lift it can achieve with her variable wing geometry.  Click on the thumbnail image for a larger view, then click your browser's BACK button to return here.  The word "sample" does not appear on the actual print, and is for copyright purposes only.

"F-14A Tomcat (In Air)" by Jim Stovall, 19" x 29" Limited Edition Print
Qty: Price: $35

 

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