French Military Warfare Aircraft – Paintings Illustrated in 1918 Delineator Magazine

On one side of this page are illustrations of two paintings by Lieutenant Henri Farre of the French Aviation Corps, entitled "Skyfighters of France", One painting is of a bi-plane aircraft sinking a German U-boat, and the other shows a Nieuport aircraft downing a Fokker. The page is from the Delineator magazine dated July 1918.

On the other side is a charming depiction of the theatre scenery and characters from the Snow White fairy tale, to be cut out and played with by some lucky child. This illustration has only six dwarfs (here called gnomes) – perhaps the seventh was added by Disney. This fairy tale theatre was designed and painted by Robert McQuinn.

The page measures 10-1/4 by 15-1/4 inches and is in good condition, with some creasing near the center, and some browning and a small tear at the top. This damage would be mostly concealed if the page were framed.

This item will be protectively packaged with a backing board and plastic sleeve. and mailed

Item ID: 4421-2


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