Each day men would dawn leather and fur and take to the skies to engage the enemy in combat over the battle lines drawn below. The pilot was a new breed of soldier who would change the age old art of combat forever.
"Bonne Chance" depicts British Royal Flying Corps pilots preparing to depart on a early morning combat patrol to meet German pilots over France. The pilots have occupied a rustic French farmhouse behind the front lines for a headquarters and billet. They share the farmhouse with an assortment of barnyard animals and the glamorous French maiden.
|Overall Size:||34" x 19"|
|Type of Edition:||Print, Artist Proof|
|Price:||Print $150.00, Artist Proof $175.00|
|Stock Number:||Print JD-1852-P, Artist Proof JD-1852-A|
|Notes:||Without question one of the finest selections available through American Aviation Art! Great in combination with the companion print "C'est la Guerre" also by Jim Dietz.|