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"Pirates of the Pacific" Mark Karvon VF-17 "Jolly Rogers" Limited Ed. Print
"Pirates of the Pacific" Mark Karvon VF-17 "Jolly Rogers" Limited Ed. Print
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Mark Karvon

Mark Karvon grew up in the Chicago area. From an early age he was interested in drawing. In High School his course work included electives in architectural design and mechanical drawing. Upon graduating, he attended college and studied aeronautical engineering for a short time.

In the early 1990's Mark befriended the world renowned marine artist Charles Vickery. Through their friendship and Charles's guidance, Mark's drawing skills improved and he began to explore other media including oil painting. Not only was Charles instrumental in teaching Mark about composition and the finer points of creating art, but he also offered much wisdom regarding life in general. They remained good friends until Charles passed away in 1998.

Some of Mark's early commissioned works include small illustrations for advertisements in a local newspaper and portrait work for friends and associates. From 1996 to 1997 he worked under commission for the Illinois Railway Museum creating original works depicting many of the locomotives in the museum's collection.

In 1999 Mark moved to North Carolina with his wife and children. Since that time Mark's portfolio has continued to grow through ongoing commissioned paintings, drawings and technical illustrations for industrial and commercial clients as well as private collectors.

Mark's work is collected by veterans, corporate clients, the armed services and art connoisseurs around the world. His work hangs in public and private collections worldwide.

"Pirates of the Pacific" Mark Karvon VF-17 "Jolly Rogers" Limited Edition Print

F4U-1 Corsairs of the VF-17 "Jolly Rogers"

Known for it's distinctive bent wings, the F4U-1 Corsair was one of the most formidible fighters of World War II. Flown by the US Marines and Naval squadrons, the Corsair racked up an incredible 11:1 kill ratio. The Corsair was used extensively in the Pacific Theater of Operations. Our print depicts the Corsairs flown by naval squadron VF-17 "The Jolly Rogers".

20" by 30" Limited Edition Print, Limited to 1000, signed by the artist - $175

Copyrights and watermarks shown will not appear on actual print

Prints are signed by the artist and feature an extra 1" border to allow for matting and framing

A giclée print is created with digital printers using tiny ink jets that spray microscopic ink droplets onto a sheet of canvas, creating a lush, vibrant and textured art print that has the look of an original painting. These canvas giclées come stretched, ready for framing and need no glass in front of the image to protect it. The giclée is typically larger in size than the limited edition print and slightly smaller than the original painting.

All Limited Edition artwork is subject to availability at time of order. Although seller strives to remain currrent as to inventory, seller reserves the right to cancel a sale if item is no longer available at time of purchase.

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