American Eagles 1944 by Stephen Brown - Original Drawing


Original pencil drawing on archival quality toned paper with colour highlights featuring pilots and ground crew gathered around P-51D Mustangs of the 434th Fighter Squadron, 479th Fighter Group at Wattisham Airfield in the autumn of 1944.

This drawing is presented professionally triple mounted using high quality acid free conservation mount board incorporating USAAF wings and is framed ready for display.

Set into the mount are the original signatures of five distinguished WWII P-51 Mustang pilots:

Brigadier General ROBIN OLDS  USAAF AFC SS DFC DFC
Flew with the 479th FG in WWII and became a double Ace - became an Ace again flying F-4 Phantoms in Vietnam - total of 17 victories.
Brigadier General CLARENCE E 'BUD' ANDERSON LOM DFC BSM AM
Flew two tours with the 357th FG at RAF Leiston and was the group's third leading Ace with 16.25 victories.
Lieutenant General SANFORD MOATS DFC
Ace with 8.5 victories with the 352nd FG - after the war rose through the ranks to become vice commander of Tactical Air Command at Langley AFB, 
Colonel JOSEPH A PETERBURS AM DFC PH
49 missions with the 20th FG tasked with B-17 escort - famous for engaging and damaging the Me262 of Luftwaffe Ace Walter Schuck - he was shot down and became a POW in Stalag 11 - also flew 76 dangerous P-51 bomber escort missions in Korea.
Major WILLIAM ALLEN AM DFC
Famous for becoming an 'Ace in a Day', shooting down 5 He111s while flying with the 55th FG.

Signed by the artist and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.
american-eagles-1944---drawing---coa.jpgThis drawing is supplied in a high quality black/charcoal frame with a woodgrain finish.

Artist:

Stephen Brown





Size:

31 x 18 inches overall including frame, image 23 x 10 inches.



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