Here at Ozark Airfield Artworks we offer a large selection art prints. These prints
mainly depict modern and historic aviation along with military, civil and space flight. We
also deal with naval subjects and military armor and infantry works. These prints are
from all the top national and international artists along with some local artists. Many of
our prints are signed by the artist and by famous pilots and veterans. If you are looking
for a specific plane, pilot, artist or subject please contact us.
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All of Mark's prints are printed by a
professional printing company on
Epson Somerset Velvet Fine Art
Paper using Epson Ultrachrome
professional archival inks. He  
understands  your art purchase is
personal and his printing process
ensures your treasured print will
last for many years.
by Artist
Mark Karvon
Prints are signed by the artist
and feature an extra 1" border
to allow for matting and framing.
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copyright or watermark. This is not present
on the actual print.
"Corsair Takeoff" 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 Corsair flown
by Lt. Cdr. Roger Hedrick in the markings of naval squadron
VF-17 "The Jolly Rogers" taking off from a pacific island base.
20" x 24" Giclee Print