Someone once asked me what it was like to drive the tank. This was my response:

Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print

Arthur "Art" Swartwout, Richmond, Virginia
Member Since September 2007
Artist Statement Amateur Photographer. I travel. I shoot what I see. If I like it, I post it here, and sell it.

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Product No 199946
Subjects Armament, Europe, Germany, Military & War, Military People, People, Places
Style Realism
Tags 120, 120mm, 1ID, 1st, 1st Infantry Division, 2-63, 2-63 AR, 2-63 AR BN, 2-63 Armor, 2003, 3 BDE, 3BDE, 3rd Brigade, 92, Arthur "Art", First Infantry, First Infantry Division, Grafenwoehr, Rose Barracks, Swartwout, Third Brigade, U.S., U.S. Army, U.S.A., Vilseck, Western Europe, armor, army, art, art swartwout, arthur, arthur swartwout, artsart, bavaria, bayern, camo, camouflage, cannon, cav, cavalry, deutsch, deutschland, digital, dragon, dragons, europe, european, fire breathing dragon, fire breathing dragons, foliage, german, germany, grafenwoehr training area, gta, gun, gunnery, guns, horsepower, horses, image, machine, machine gun, machine guns, machinefuns, machineguns, machines, machne gun, mahinegun, mechanized, patriot, patriotic, patriots, photo, photograph, photography, platoon, power, powerful, range, ranges, sky, soldier, soldiers, states, swartwout, tank, tank platoon, tank platoons, tanks, training, tree, united, united states, united states army, united states of america, unuted states, usa, war, western european