Simon Cattlin

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Hurry home honey

500.00
aviation art, mustang

Hurry home honey

500.00

The great air battles of 1944 created many combat legends and the Mustangs from the 357th Fighter Group featured in a number of them. Robert "Bud" Anderson's P51D "hurry home honey" is featured in this painting escorting a damaged B17G back towards the coast after a daylight raid into western Germany.

The P51D was the most familar variant of this campaign winning fighter that was hugely instrumental in securing the air-superiority that allowed allied aerial domination during 1944/45.

This painting was completed in 1988 and no prints were created from it. Its been in my private collection for 18yrs and is now for sale.

£500.00

The original image file is low quality - the painting is sharp and detailed.

 

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The great air battles of 1944 created many combat legends and the Mustangs from the 357th Fighter Group featured in a number of them. Robert "Bud" Anderson's P51D "hurry home honey" is featured in this painting escorting a damaged B17G back towards the coast after a daylight raid into western Germany.

The P51D was the most familar variant of this campaign winning fighter that was hugely instrumental in securing the air-superiority that allowed allied aerial domination during 1944/45.

This painting was completed in 1988 and no prints were created from it. Its been in my private collection for 18yrs and is now for sale.

£500.00

The original image file is low quality - the painting is sharp and detailed.

 

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