Churchill's Maiden Voyage in Ascalon - Artist Proof by Philip West


Churchill's Maiden Voyage in Ascalon of by Philip West features an RAF Avro York special transport with a Spitfire escort.

May 28th June 1943, Gibraltar. Avro York 'Ascalon' leaves the North Front with a Spitfire escort. On board were Prime Minister Winston Churchill, Anthony Eden, Generals Alexander, Ismay and Allenbrooke, plus Air Marshal Tedder and General Marshall (USA) all heading out on a tour of North Africa with stops in Algiers, Chatcaudun du Rhummel (a USAAC B-17 base), Tunis and Grombalia. The Avro York was built as a transport aircraft using the wings and tail arrangement from the Lancaster Bomber design.

Each print in Philip West’s Limited Edition, Churchill's Maiden Voyage in Ascalon, is signed by Churchill's navigator on the Ascalon, Air Commodore John Mitchell LVO,DFC,AFC, AE.

Artist:

Philip West


From:

SWA Fine Art


Edition:

50



Size:

27.5 x 20 inches overall including borders.



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