Open Edition: 9 x 7.5
Giclèe on archival paper
Engraved Brass Plate
All open editions come complete with title and artist information for mounting to the back if you choose to frame your purchase. A synopsis of the subject matter, if not self-explanatory, is also included along with an embossed copy of the artist’s signature.
ALL BLOOD RUNS RED
Flying in the open cockpit of a Spad VII without a parachute and 17,000 feet above the Verdun region of France in 1917, Eugene Jacques Bullard became America's first Black combat pilot, fighting for France against the Germans during WW1.