The Great Ones. Legendary bush pilot Joe Crosson is shown flying past Mt. McKinley in 1932, in the Alaskan Airways
Stearman C-3B, N-5415. Crosson became a national hero flying mercy missions in the North, which included finding the crash site
of Carl Ben Eielson in Siberia, and a flight to Barrow in bitterly cold conditions which saved the village from an outbreak of diptheria.
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Limited Edition Giclee – museum grade print on acid-free paper with archival inks
Standard size 16 x 24 – $225
Metal Print – premium-quality image fused to aluminum panel for breathtaking color and clarity.
This metal print comes standard with black border as shown above. If you wish to order this print without
the border, please email us at Info@TheArtofAlaska.net
Standard size – 18 x 27 – $325, with brushed steel frame – $475
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Edition size of 250, signed and numbered by the artist.
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