Lancasters over the English Channel are bathed in early morning light as they return from a successful raid during the summer of 1944.
The Avro Lancaster was undoubtedly Bomber Command's finest and most important aircraft of WW2. It formed the backbone of a continuous four year offensive by the RAF that eventually culminated in the Allied liberation of Europe. The Lancaster was loved by its crews for its responsiveness, agility, reliability and payload capacity, but probably most of all for its ability to absorb major combat damage and still limp home safely.
Double mounted print which is signed and numbered by the artist and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Stephen Brown Aviation Art
15.5 x 11 inches overall mounted, image 11 x 5 inches.
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