"Artzy" Art during World War II
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Lesson 5--Station 3 images
Twin Engines for Piper Aircraft, 8 x 22cms April 1954 by Boris Artzybasheff for Lycoming Engines.
The Wright Cyclone Engine with flying helmet 18 x 22cms. June 1954 by Boris Artzybasheff for Lycoming Engines.
"Thanks to automatic XEROGRAPHY a revolutionary new system for the storage amd rapid reproduction of engineering drawings" HALOID XEROX, December 1958 21 x 33cms. By Boris Artzybasheff
Pictures of disturbing emotions for the chemists Parke Davis & Company Detroit, October 1954. By Boris Artzybasheff.
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