Printing: Giclée Archival Ink Print
Paper: Mid weight acid free art paper
Finish: Available in multiple sizes
Printed on gallery quality acid free art paper using archival pigment inks you will enjoy this art print for many years to come
This is a dramatic night scene of a strayed RAF 50 Squadron Lancaster bomber brought down by a JU88 night fighter in bright moonlight conditions at Nogen-sur-Seine, Aube, France on 4th May 1944. Only the pilot, Flt Lt Thomas Blackham who was wearing a ‘seat type’ parachute, survived. The aircraft was vulnerable for lack of firepower protection and damage causing loss of speed and altitude.