by Jack

Finished this painting, more or less, this morning.  I’ll go back later and do some minor touch-ups later after I study it for a day or so.

It is 16X20 inch, acrylic on canvas.  This is a wrap around frame type.

All comments are welcome. The painting was done for my friend Pie who likes Corsairs. Thanks for the idea and the photograph Pie, I had lots of fun doing it.  Sadly, you can’t see the rich colors, but you get the idea.  Some day I’ll buy a better camera!

*Pie’s Corsair*

The next photo was just to show perspective, oh and maybe to prove that I painted it, not photoshopped it. lol

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9 Responses to Jack Lee Art – WWII CORSAIR

  1. Tina says:

    Very nice Jack. It is a beautiful plane. I’m sure Pie will appreciate it.

    Normally I would delay publication of an article ahead of one of your newly posted paintings but the Manafort indictment was something I felt needed immediate posting, I hope you don’t mind.

  2. Pie Guevara says:

    WOW! “Pie’s Corsair” I don’t know what to say other than I am honored. Seriously, you should do a series and work out some way to have a display at the Chico Airport.

    Did I ever tell you my uncle did his WWII bomber training here? He flew in the European theater. Some day I will share that story.

    • Post Scripts says:

      Pie thanks…and yes, you need to tell us the story about your uncle, I would like to hear what the WWII training was like. I know it involved about 80 hours in the air and we trained roughly 5000 pilots here who then went off to fly bombers or fighters, but that’s about it.

  3. Joe says:

    Mr. Jack, how about painting Jerry Brown, Kevin Diddlyeon and the rest of the Demorats raising our taxes? Just paint a picture of pigs at a trough…or vultures picking the carcass of a dead taxpayer.

  4. RHT447 says:

    Some more inspiration. Dr. Rigsby met his wife at a dance at the Newman Center in 1974.


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