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Wright Flying-Machine 1906 Framed Graphic Art by Oliver Gal


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Exclusive blueprints inspired by real vintage patent drawings and illustrations. Perfect for any interior design project, gifts, office décor, or to add special value to one of your favorite collections.


  • Includes a certificate of authenticity by the artist
  • Exclusive blueprints inspired by real vintage patent drawings and illustrations
  • Produced on matte proofing paper and hand framed in a premium black wood frame
  • Handcrafted in the Oliver Gal Artist Co. studios in Miami, Florida
  • Limited open edition
  • Made in the USA
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Weights & Dimensions

18" x 15" Size

  • Overall: 18" H x 15" W x 1.5" D

32" x 26" Size

  • Overall: 32" H x 26" W x 1.5" D

Other Dimensions

  • Framed Edge Width - Side to Side: 1.2 "


Product Type: Graphic art Subject: Transportation
Medium: Giclee printed Orientation: Vertical
Size (18" x 15" Size): Small 18"-24" Size (32" x 26" Size): Medium 25"-32"
Color: Black/Beige Primary Art Material: Paper
Additional Materials: Wood Solid Wood Construction: Yes
Number of Items Included: 1 Fade Resistant: Yes
UV Resistant: Yes Chip Resistant: Yes
Non-Toxic: Yes Lightweight: No
Wall Mounting Hardware: Yes
  • Number of Wall Hooks: 1
Glass Component: No
Textured: Yes Time Period: Contemporary
Region: South America Gender: Neutral
Commercial Use: Yes Eco-Friendly: Yes
Product Care: Dust lightly with a dry cloth Country of Manufacture: United States


Assembly Required: No Installation Required: No
Additional Parts Required: No  

About the Manufacturer

Oliver Gal is a collective of artists spearheaded by sisters and artists Lola Sánchez & Ana Gal. Inspired by the lifestyle and art scene of their living quarters in Miami and photography from their travels around the world in Spain, Italy, St. Lucia, China, Israel and Africa, Their art collections are handcrafted with airy images, pop culture themes and striking layers of color. From limited edition series of exclusive collections, their pieces are created with premium cotton canvas and sustainable wood or in archival art paper with acrylic mounting panels. Their work is the unpretentious answer to blank walls in need of a makeover without having to spend a fortune.

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When you buy a Oliver Gal Wright Flying-Machine 1906 Framed Graphic Art online from AllModern, we make it as easy as possible for you to find out when your product will be delivered. Read customer reviews and common Questions and Answers for Oliver Gal Part #: 1B00272_15x18/1B00272_26x32 on this page. If you have any questions about your purchase or any other product for sale, our customer service representatives are available to help. Whether you just want to buy a Oliver Gal Wright Flying-Machine 1906 Framed Graphic Art or shop for your entire home, AllModern has all of your design needs covered.
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Expected delivery dates for 20147 Change

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4.0 stars

from Alexandria, VA on 02/27/2016 – Verified Buyer

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from GA on 12/18/2015 – Verified Buyer

This product is way over priced for what it is. It came in a plastic frame with plastic 'glass'. This by no means is 'framed.' Poor, poor representation. Will be returning this.
4.0 stars

great size matches the room over all

from CHICAGO, IL on 05/05/2015 – Verified Buyer– Top 500 Reviewer

This went in a family room setup. and we just put it right on the wall
5.0 stars


from Arlington, TX on 04/21/2015 – Verified Buyer

I am required to write ten words, so here they are.

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