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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Gentleman Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. Some damages to frame. CONDITION: Few minor scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124668 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Man Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Some small scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124667 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Dec. 17, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Lady Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: middle right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124666 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Gentleman Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. Some damages to frame. CONDITION: Few minor scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124668 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Man Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Some small scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124667 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Sep. 10, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Lady Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: middle right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124666 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Gentleman Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. Some damages to frame. CONDITION: Few minor scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124668 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Man Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Some small scratches/paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: unsigned CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124667 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting
      Jun. 11, 2023

      Phil Brinkman (MO,WA,IL,FL,1916-2000) oil painting

      Est: $400 - $525

      ARTIST: Phil Brinkman (Missouri, Washington, Illinois, Florida, 1916 - 2000) TITLE: Lady Dining YEAR: 1966 MEDIUM: oil on canvas. Canvas applied to board. CONDITION: Few minor paint losses. No visible inpaint under UV light. Some damages to frame. ART SIZE: 47 x 24 inches / 119 x 60 cm FRAME SIZE: 48 x 24 inches / 121 x 60 cm SIGNATURE: middle right CATEGORY: old antique vintage painting for auction sale online AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 124666 US Shipping $219 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Phil Brinkman was born in 1916 in St. Louis, Missouri. The Brinkmans were an established family in St. Louis with ventures in land holding, farming, construction, and automobile sales.Brinkman's father dabbled in art, although he had no formal training. Brinkman attended a local business college after high school but felt a passion for art early on. During his teen years, he used to paint portraits of some of the sharecroppers who worked on his uncle's farm outside St. Louis.Brinkman decided to enroll in Washington University School of Fine Arts. Later he joined the American Academy, Chicago, once he reached the stage where he felt that he had learned everything that the Washington University School of Fine Arts had to offer. In Chicago, Brinkman worked with Hyden Sundblum, a commercial illustrator.In 1944, Brinkman was stationed at Army Air Force Station 174, Sudbury, Suffolk, England. Brinkman had been working on the nose art for the planes as well as doing murals on the base. In addition to the Zodiacs, he did other Nose Art pieces. Unfortunately, none of these original panels survived, but there are photographs of many of these paintings documented in Nose Art books.In his later years, Brinkman came down off the scaffolding and focused on paintings that could be done in his studio. He moved to Englewood, Florida in 1989 and was active in the local art scene on the Gulf Coast. He died in Gainesville, Florida where he lived with his daughter's family in May of 2000.

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    • (4Pc) Phil Brinkman (b. 1916) Print Grouping
      Mar. 28, 2023

      (4Pc) Phil Brinkman (b. 1916) Print Grouping

      Est: $50 - $500

      DESCRIPTION: Phil Brinkman (b. 1916) Print on paper grouping depicting dogs staged in human-like activities, single print signed in plate: "Phil Brinkman" lower right. Each mounted in frame. CIRCA: 20th Century ORIGIN: USA DIMENSIONS: H: 15" x L: 12" Have a similar item to sell? Contact: https://www.akibagalleries.com/consign CONDITION: Great condition. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email ([email protected]) or SMS (305)-332-9274. Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Akiba Antiques shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

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    • Three Phil Brinkman Portraits Chicago Fire Series
      Jan. 08, 2023

      Three Phil Brinkman Portraits Chicago Fire Series

      Est: $200 - $300

      BRINKMAN, Phil, (American, 1916-?): Set of three portraits of people dining from his Chicago Fire series, Oil/Board, no visible signature, 45.25" x 21", framed 48" x 24". Condition: All with spotting and abrasions to artwork, damage to frames.

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    • Huge Phil Brinkman Miss O'Learys Cow Fire Painting
      Jan. 08, 2023

      Huge Phil Brinkman Miss O'Learys Cow Fire Painting

      Est: $300 - $500

      BRINKMAN, Phil, (American, 1916-?): Large depiction of the impetus of the Great Chicago Fire with Miss O'Learys cow knocking her over and the oil lamp catching hay on fire, from his Chicago Fire series, Oil/Board, signed lower center, sight size 74" x 49", framed 91" x 65".

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    • PHIL BRINKMAN New Orleans Street Scene Painting
      May. 26, 2022

      PHIL BRINKMAN New Orleans Street Scene Painting

      Est: $200 - $400

      Impressive New Orleans street scene watercolor painting on unique custom abstract convex style board as shown by American artist Phil Brinkman b. 1916.Phil Brinkman had been a commercial artist, for six years before WW II. Brinkman spent much of his time painting murals around Davis-Monthan. Phil came into the Air Corps with his paint box. He was assigned to Special Services; his military occupational specialty was designated as Draftsman as there was not a category for artist. His early art assignments included lettering the CO€™s name on the door as well as other base signage. In 1943 he was stationed at Davis-Monthan Field in Tuscan, Arizona. Phil did his first mural here in the Service Men€™s Club. The mural, which covered the walls of a room 36 by 90 feet, depicted the history of flight beginning with the fall of Icarus, and covered the early pioneers in aviation and their planes through the modern B-24. Included in the mural were portraits of the aviators and text scrolls, which gave a detailed history of the men and the aircraft. The mural was used as a teaching aide on base as well. While Phil was stationed at Davis-Monthan, the commander of the 834th Bomb Squadron (Heavy), Winfred €œJip” Howell saw this mural. The two worked together to come up with a theme for the groups B-24€™s, twelve planes needing distinctive markings. The idea for the Fighting Zodiacs was born. Phil was transferred to the 486th and soon found he was on his way to England.

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    • Three Phil Brinkman Portraits Chicago Fire Series
      Mar. 27, 2022

      Three Phil Brinkman Portraits Chicago Fire Series

      Est: $400 - $600

      BRINKMAN, Phil, (American, 1916-?): Set of three portraits of people dining from his Chicago Fire series, Oil/Board, no visible signature, 45.25" x 21", framed 48" x 24". Condition: All with spotting and abrasions to artwork, damage to frames.

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    • Huge Phil Brinkman Miss O'Learys Cow Fire Painting
      Mar. 27, 2022

      Huge Phil Brinkman Miss O'Learys Cow Fire Painting

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      BRINKMAN, Phil, (American, 1916-?): Large depiction of the impetus of the Great Chicago Fire with Miss O'Learys cow knocking her over and the oil lamp catching hay on fire, from his Chicago Fire series, Oil/Board, signed lower center, sight size 74" x 49", framed 91" x 65".

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    • PHIL BRINKMAN New Orleans Street Scene Painting
      Mar. 27, 2022

      PHIL BRINKMAN New Orleans Street Scene Painting

      Est: $250 - $500

      Impressive New Orleans street scene watercolor painting on unique custom abstract convex style board as shown by American artist Phil Brinkman b. 1916.Phil Brinkman had been a commercial artist, for six years before WW II. Brinkman spent much of his time painting murals around Davis-Monthan. Phil came into the Air Corps with his paint box. He was assigned to Special Services; his military occupational specialty was designated as Draftsman as there was not a category for artist. His early art assignments included lettering the CO’s name on the door as well as other base signage. In 1943 he was stationed at Davis-Monthan Field in Tuscan, Arizona. Phil did his first mural here in the Service Men’s Club. The mural, which covered the walls of a room 36 by 90 feet, depicted the history of flight beginning with the fall of Icarus, and covered the early pioneers in aviation and their planes through the modern B-24. Included in the mural were portraits of the aviators and text scrolls, which gave a detailed history of the men and the aircraft. The mural was used as a teaching aide on base as well. While Phil was stationed at Davis-Monthan, the commander of the 834th Bomb Squadron (Heavy), Winfred “Jip” Howell saw this mural. The two worked together to come up with a theme for the groups B-24’s, twelve planes needing distinctive markings. The idea for the Fighting Zodiacs was born. Phil was transferred to the 486th and soon found he was on his way to England.

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    • Phil Brinkman, Haitian in Nassau, Watercolor
      May. 16, 2021

      Phil Brinkman, Haitian in Nassau, Watercolor

      Est: $250 - $350

      Phil Brinkman, "A Haitian in Nassau", watercolor, signed and dated '76. Provenance: Pepperidge Farm estate.

      Kaminski Auctions
    • PHIL BRINKMAN OIL PAINTING. FISHING TURTLES.
      Dec. 01, 2020

      PHIL BRINKMAN OIL PAINTING. FISHING TURTLES.

      Est: $200 - $300

      PHIL BRINKMAN Oil Painting. Fishing Turtles. -- Dimensions: Image Size: H: 19 inches: W: 33 inches -- FRAME SIZE: Frame Height 24 inches - Frame Width 38 inches ---

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    • Phil Brinkman, Missouri (b. 1916), Mallards in Flight, oil on canvas, 26 x 34 inches
      Sep. 26, 2020

      Phil Brinkman, Missouri (b. 1916), Mallards in Flight, oil on canvas, 26 x 34 inches

      Est: $500 - $800

      Phil Brinkman Missouri (b. 1916) Mallards in Flight oil on canvas signed lower left, framed. 26 x 34 inches

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    • Phil Brinkman b.1916 Don Quixote Diptych Painting
      Feb. 27, 2019

      Phil Brinkman b.1916 Don Quixote Diptych Painting

      Est: $100 - $1,000

      Phil Brinkman (b. 1916) American, Original oil on panel painting. Artwork features a pair of images of the famous Cervantes character Don Quixote De La Mancha. Signed lower right on one and lower left on the other. Unframed, Measures 46" x 22 1/2". Good overall condition with wear to edges and small nail holes in the corners. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. Will refer a local shipper.

      Hill Auction Gallery
    • Phil Brinkman, St. Louis (b. 1916), Egrets in tropical landscape, oil on canvas, 72 x 53 inches
      Nov. 12, 2016

      Phil Brinkman, St. Louis (b. 1916), Egrets in tropical landscape, oil on canvas, 72 x 53 inches

      Est: $400 - $600

      Phil Brinkman St. Louis (b. 1916) Egrets in tropical landscape, oil on canvas, framed. 72 x 53 inches

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