New York United Air Lines Print

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A print of New York/United Air Lines, c. 1950, by Joseph Feher.

Rather than focusing exclusively on the impressive cityscape, Joseph Feher juxtaposes the urban with the pastoral. The foreground is dominated by a picturesque rendering of the Gapstow Bridge over the Pond in Central Park. Behind it stand several Fifth Avenue landmarks, including the Sherry-Netherland Hotel, the Savoy-Plaza Hotel (replaced by the GM Building in 1968), and the Squibb Building, as well as a sliver of the celebrated Plaza Hotel. The plane at the upper right is a Douglas DC-6 that United Air Lines brought into service in the late 1940s. Known as the “Skymaster,” it was an updated version of the DC-4 and was the main competitor to the Lockheed Constellation used by other airlines. ​

Measures 17 x 11 inches. Ships rolled.

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