Airport Terminals

Featured here is my collection of airport terminal drawings which make great aviation gifts for anyone who has ever dreamed of flying. Scroll down the page and click on the exclusive edition of airport terminal pen & ink architectural illustration thumbnail images below in order to see the enlarged detailed original version. The Steel City Artist watermark will not appear on your print(s) and each pen & ink illustration is personally signed and titled. The pen & ink architectural illustrations are available as archival giclee prints in the sizes featured below. The original aviation art illustrations are available for anyone to purchase who may be interested, which are professionally framed.

Greater Pittsburgh International Airport

Greater Pittsburgh International Airport

Pittsburgh, PA

8×10
Giclee Print

$14.95
11×14
Giclee Print

$24.95
By the 1940’s, the United States was becoming involved in World War II. President Franklin D. Roosevelt began the Works Progress Administration (WPA) and saw that the Pittsburgh area needed an airport to defend the industrial wealth of the region and to provide a military training base. The airport was designed by local architect, Joseph W. Hoover and opened on May 31, 1952. The terminal was designed in the International Style and constructed in stepped levels with exposed steel, concrete and glass. One of the most memorable features of the lobby was a large compass laid in the floor with green and yellow-orange terrazzo. The airport closed on October 1, 1992 as the new Midfield Terminal was opened nearby. The airport housed operational offices until it was demolished in 1999.

“Charles, I love your new website and your beautiful artwork! Just by looking at the quality of your work I can tell how much time you must spend on each one. I can tell that you truly love what you do!”

Cyndi Eastburn – Destin, FL


San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco International Airport

San Francisco, CA

8×10
Giclee Print
$14.95
11×14
Giclee Print
$24.95
The San Francisco International Airport opened on May 7, 1927 and was originally named Mills Field Municipal Airport. It is the major hub of both United Airlines and Virgin America. The airport is a major gateway from the United States to Europe, Asia and Australia.

Spirit of St. Louis

Charles Lindbergh’s

“Spirit of St. Louis”

8×10
Giclee Print
$14.95
11×14
Giclee Print
$24.95
The Spirit of St. Louis was a custom-built, single engine, single seat monoplane flown solo by Charles Lindbergh on May 20-21, 1927 on the first non-stop trans-Atlantic flight. Lindbergh took off from Roosevelt Airfield in New York and landed at Le Bourget Aerodrome in Paris, France, thus receiving the $25,000 Orteig Prize. The Ryan NYP N-X-211 was presented by Lindbergh to the Smithsonian Institution where it hangs in the National Air and Space Museum.

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