Generation Gap - by George B. Pendlebury
Refueling a 1936 Lockheed 10A. The generation gap referred is twofold. One is the fact that the aircraft was portrayed as it appeared at the time the painting was done, but the reflected buildings are 1940s vintage. The other is that the artist stands on the wing of an aircraft that his father serviced at the Trans Canada Air Lines facility in Winnipeg during the late 1930s.
28 x 36 Inches, Acrylic on gessoed hard board
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