Murals and Character Studies
painted in Japan by
Walter Blakelock Wilson
This mural embodies a brief history of the Air Force and contains portraits of its major heroes. It was painted in 1955 on canvas for the Tradition Room of the Headquarters of the 315th Air Division at Tachikawa, Japan. The mural itself was unfortunately lost to fire and only photographs remain. If you would like a key to the identities of the figures, please e-mail us.
Tobacco Box by Walter Blakelock Wilson
The Tobacco Box, oil, 38"x26"
Japanese Fishermen by Walter Blakelock Wilson
Japanese Fishermen, oil,32"x22"
Man with Cane by Walter Blakelock Wilson
Man with Cane, oil, 38"x26"
Figure with Umbrella by Walter Blakelock Wilson
Figure with Umbrella, oil, 38"x26"
Miguma by Walter Blakelock Wilson
Miguma, oil, 17"x13"
The Netmender by Walter Blakelock Wilson
The Netmender, oil, 38"x26"

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