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Like to get some I.D. on this artist..early 50's commerial airliner. Thanks

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Found these beautiful water color paintings of Early 50's commercial prop airliners planes. Like to get some help on the artist who drew these. Water colors are professionaly done, looks like they were used in innovation meetings. If anyone can help to I.D. artist on these watercolors would appreciate it, and anymore information. 19x12 1/2 on the big plane.. Small plane about 14x10 1/2".. PS. What categorie should i use for this subject?.. Thank you..

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  1. Dizzydave Dizzydave, 4 years ago
    These are technical drawings, find out what kind of plane it is and manifactor. This can help in who may have had a hand in building, hence the artist. Dave
  2. Rivertrout Rivertrout, 2 years ago
    Still trying to get info on artist, & ID vintage planes. thx rivertrout
  3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 2 years ago
    The aircraft appears to be a Beech. Model 18? The 2nd pic. appears almost like stretch nacelles as if turbo-prop. Of course these are artist conceptions & it could be another similar make. Later models of the 18 were available with tricycle gear.

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