Having been damaged in action over Northern France, the crew of a Mosquito B Mk IV has brought their aircraft down safely into the field of an English farm.
When the De Havilland Mosquito was introduced in 1941 it was a revelation. A precision bomber that used speed as its primary means of defence, it was successfully employed in a wide range of roles and across many campaigns. Made almost entirely of wood, it was universally acclaimed by its crews for both its excellent handling and its ability to take heavy punishment and still get home.
All prints are signed and numbered by the artist.
On special sale offer - normal price £75, Artist Proofs £100
Stephen Brown Aviation Art
350 Standard Edition, 25 Artist Proofs
28 x 20 inches overall including borders.
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