canopus, Imperial Airways flying boat, aviation art, mark littlejohn

Canopus

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Canopus

Mark Littlejohn's new print features the Imperial Airways flying boat "Canopus" on its 1936 maiden test flight on the river Medway with the dramatic backdrop of Rochester castle.

The Short Empire was a passenger and mail carrying flying boat, of the 1930s and 1940s, which flew between Britain and British colonies in Africa, Asia and Australia. It was manufactured by Short Brothers and was the precursor to the more famous Short Sunderland of World War II.

The Signature

All prints are signed by the artist Mark Littlejohn

The Editions

  • 300 A1 plus (24" x 16") Artist Signed Limited Editions: 65 (approx $140 USD)
  • 30 (36" X 24") Limited Edition Gi-Clee Canvas Prints: 300 (approx $560 USD)

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Customer Testimonials

"Very impressed with Mark's work, extremely impressed with the quality of the prints. So refreshing to see so much research and detail linked with every picture, great value for money, will buy again!!!"

Adrian Ryall

"The picture has arrived and it is wonderful, Thanks."

Neil Shipton

...we wanted to tell you how impressed we are with the detail of the ship. It's beautiful... Jack took your sketch over to his mother's house ( she is 87 soon ) she took one look and said that's "his" ship. She had a lot of memories that came flooding back.....we are now having her write down her stories to keep along with the painting.

Jack and Kathy

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