- Vintage: 1979
- Details: Exceptional art work by Joe Milich. This is a print of a Vought A-7E CORSAIR II VA-93. It is a numbered and signed print, #348 of 500 and created in 1979 . The art itself was originally done in pen and ink and the detail is amazing. This print is beautifully matted, it has two mats with a beveled inside edge, this allows about 1/16" of the core color of the mat to be visible and gives a truly professional finish to the piece. The frame is metal by Nielsen, in a pewter tone (the frame shows some wear/scratches, but once hung, it is barely noticeable. PLEASE SEE PICTURES). Professionally framed by Framery in Sarasota and ready to hang. It would make a great gift for military personnel, a flight / airplane enthusiast, man-cave or history buff. We have other Milich prints available.
- Materials: Real Metal frame, High Quality Glass. Paper and Ink
- Dimensions: Overall 20.5 Wide by 15.0" Tall (including frame). The actual design (inside mat) is 16" by 10". Landscape orientation
- Vintage-Used. Very Good Condition, some minor scratches on the metal frame. (SEE PICTURES). Please remember these are VINTAGE and ANTIQUE items, they are NOT new. Every effort has been made to show any scratches, wear and tear and imperfections. Refunds will not be given unless there’s gross misrepresentation of condition.
- Shipping is included on every order with some exceptions. See FAQ's for exceptions. This is a heavy piece, therefore, some of the cost is simply associated with the higher shipping fees.
Joe Milich has been drawing and painting his entire life, his passion for airplanes began as a child. He has drawn aircraft from all the US military branches as well as commercial, civilian and even foreign air forces. He has amassed a vast Aviation Art collection of pen and ink originals, limited edition prints, and paintings. All of his paintings are free hand, done by direct observation of the subject, either on location or from reference material. Asides from airplanes he has also drawn cars, boats, trains, and space vehicles, all created in his unique pen and ink style.
The Corsair II is an attack plane, initially used for service by the United States Navy (USN) during the Vietnam War. It was later adopted by the United States Air Force (USAF), including the Air National Guard.