Vintage Jetliner Oil Painting

I’m leaving on a jet plane.

John Denver first wrote “Leaving on a jet plane” in 1966 but it became a big hit when Peter, Paul and Mary released it in 1967. If this was one of your favorite songs back in the day then you’ll be a fan of this over sized painting. Meticulously painted by hand in oil, this airplane is ready to make an emergency landing right into your living room. And with a wing span of 8 feet long this vintage oil painting could be a small Cessna aircraft. But what makes this painting even more unique is that the canvas is heavy reclaimed metal instead of traditional soft fabric. So wherever you decide to hang this painting it will command attention just like the pilot making his announcement to prepare for landing. Hang this vintage painting behind the sofa in the living room, the desk in the home office or above the bar in the man cave. Either way this airplane painting will add vintage charm to your space.

I’m leaving on a jet plane. Don’t know when I’ll be back again.

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I’m leaving on a jet plane

But not this one

Painted by hand

In oil

On reclaimed metal

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