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In 1930 there were only 200 female pilots. By 1941 more than 900 women had licenses and a small percentage were actual instructors. This beautiful art is a tribute to all those women who overcame the impossible and became licensed pilots.

This piece beautifully captures the allure of adventure with its illustration of a pilot, gazing ahead, ready to soar into the skies. Ideal for travel enthusiasts, this artwork enhances any space with a touch of nostalgia and the promise of new horizons. Make it a centerpiece in your home or office to inspire journeys and adventures beyond the everyday.

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Leave the City Far Behind - Wood & Metal Wall Art

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In 1930 there were only 200 female pilots. By 1941 more than 900 women had licenses and a small percentage were actual instructors. This beautiful art is a tribute to all those women who overcame the impossible and became licensed pilots.

This piece beautifully captures the allure of adventure with its illustration of a pilot, gazing ahead, ready to soar into the skies. Ideal for travel enthusiasts, this artwork enhances any space with a touch of nostalgia and the promise of new horizons. Make it a centerpiece in your home or office to inspire journeys and adventures beyond the everyday.