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AC-002 Red Baron airplane aircraft pencil drawing

Artist: Tim Forhan

Color: Black & White

Date: 2002

Medium: Pencil

Item# AC002


This is a re-print of the original drawing

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Red Baron - pencil drawing

Tim Forhan has successfully created the, undoubtedly, most famous fighter of World War 1, in this pencil drawing.  The details of each of these three airplanes that Tim was able to create in this pencil drawing is truly amazing.  The Fokker DR1 entered service on the Western front in 1917.  A German pilot, by the name of Manfred Albrecht von Richthofen, was made famous with this Fokker DR1 plane during World War I, because of his ability to shoot down enemy planes.  Manfred was nicknamed 'Red Baron' (among others) because he wanted to be noticed and remembered for the one that shot down so many enemy planes.  Manfred painted his entire plane red, so that everyone would know that it was him that was flying.  Manfred was such a great fighter pilot that he was awarded the 'Pour le Merite and then given command of Jagdstaffel 11.  After being given command, he now not only fought on the ground and in the air, but he trained other soldiers to do the same.  As you can now understand, this plane has a lot of history to be told and this pencil drawing helps tell a little piece of that history. This pencil drawing is so intricate that every time you look at this drawing, you notice yet another detail in the planes, clouds, or landscape below.


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