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In “La Ronde Des Lutins” (Dance of the Goblins) Frank Luke is doing an aerobatic maneuver during an encounter with a German Fokker D VII. The title of the painting is the name of a popular tune of the era by  Jascha Heifetz. It was a hit in 1918 which is when my painting takes place. This my first composition where the main subject is upside down in relation to the horizon. Like most of my other square format paintings it is fully rotational and can be viewed in all eight square or diamond rotations. Complex rotational compositions have to be carefully planned because there are important elemental juxtaposition requirements that must be in place for it to work in all rotations.What I love about First World War aviation is the wild designs and array of colours.

The subject of the painting, Frank Luke, was a famously high spirited World War One pilot, a bad boy ace. A hero to many, he regularly disobeyed orders and went off hunting on his own, with great success. He had an impressive career before his untimely death in 1918.

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La Ronde Des Lutins

Troy White

AUD$10,000
Size: 76.2w x 76.2h cms
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Oil on canvas

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In “La Ronde Des Lutins” (Dance of the Goblins) Frank Luke is doing an aerobatic maneuver during an encounter with a German Fokker D VII. The title of the painting is the name of a popular tune of the era by  Jascha Heifetz. It was a hit in 1918 which is when my painting takes place. This my first composition where the main subject is upside down in relation to the horizon. Like most of my other square format paintings it is fully rotational and can be viewed in all eight square or diamond rotations. Complex rotational compositions have to be carefully planned because there are important elemental juxtaposition requirements that must be in place for it to work in all rotations.What I love about First World War aviation is the wild designs and array of colours.

The subject of the painting, Frank Luke, was a famously high spirited World War One pilot, a bad boy ace. A hero to many, he regularly disobeyed orders and went off hunting on his own, with great success. He had an impressive career before his untimely death in 1918.

Shipped rolled in tube, requires stretching or framing by purchaser.

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