Veteran photographer Nicholas Price spent 18 months with the U.S. Air Force men and women in an attempt to capture on film the strength and courage of American service members. Price,was granted unprecedented access to take over 8,000 photographs and cull from that collection the 60 black-and-white photographs, which mark the 60th Anniversary of the USAF and which have been obtained by the Library of Congress, in order to fill an important gap in the Library’s visual collections related to the history of military aviation.
"Cleared Hot!" is a U.S. Air Force command used to approve an action -- typically, the release or drop of weapons.
- For the first time ever, selected photographs from this collection are available in a single or limited editions of each photo.
- In collaboration with art dealer Grace Windsor, we are very proud to offer this collection to our global collectors.
- Each photograph comes numbered and signed on the back, is hand-printed by Nicholas Price and presented in an archival packaging.
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These are images that will be meaningful to every American who loves their country and are grateful for the remarkable men and women who serve.
- General (Retired) John P. Jumper, Chief Of Staff for the U.S. Airforce
|Artist:||Nicholas A. Price (British/American)|
|Medium:||Silver Gelatin hand printed on RC Pearl Paper|
|Edition:||1 (numbered and signed on back)|
|Size:||11 x 14. in 29 x 36 cm|
|Size Notes:||Paper size is 11 x 14" Image size is 11 x 14"|
|Image Rights:||©Nicholas A. Price The purchase is acquiring ownership rights only of the physical work of art described herein, and that this transfer of ownership of the physical work of art does not convey to the purchaser any copyright or reproduction rights except the right to display the physical work of art. Any other use of the work of art is absolutely prohibited without prior written consent of the photographer, which may be withheld in their absolute discretion.|
Photo is part of the "Cleared Hot" Collection. As seen in the Library of Congress.
"This unnamed "Honor Guard" is seen protecting the American flag.The female service member symbolizes the growing presence of women and minorities in the U.S. Air Force." - Nicholas A Price, 2006
NOTE: This item comes unframed
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