BACK FROM BERLIN - GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF
Exclusively commissioned for the release of the commemorative book THE MIGHTY EIGHTH, Anthony has portrayed a group of B-17 Flying Fortresses as they make landfall over England following the Eighth Air Force’s first daylight raid to Berlin carried out on 4 March 1944.
Whilst the rest of the force had been recalled due to bad weather, two squadrons from the 95th BG, one from the 100th BG and a pathfinder from the 482nd BG pressed on towards Berlin. With their P-51 Mustang escorts from the 4th FG and 357th FG, the small American force successfully released their bombs on target despite the large presence of Luftwaffe fighters over the German capital.
These stunning Giclée Studio Proofs are printed directly on to fine-weave artist’s canvas by one of Europe’s leading Giclée printers and the results are almost indistinguishable from the original painting in texture, tone and colour.
- Captain Robert Shoens
- 36 x 24 inches
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