Bazalgette Lancaster FM-159 "Of every 100 airmen who joined Bomber Command, 45 were killed, 6 were seriously wounded, 8 became Prisoners of War, and only 41 escaped unscathed (at least physically). Of the 120,000 who served, 55,573 were killed including over 10,000...
The Lancaster Bomber was the work horse of the RCAF in WWII, and the plane has strong connections to western Canada, many of the pilots who flew them were trained there. Harry produces each print personally, with the finest of museum quality inks and papers.
Each print is signed and dated by Mr. Palmer before it leaves his studio.
More of Harry Palmer’s work can be found on his website www.aportraitofcanada.ca
Production strictly controlled and limited.
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