A framed and double mounted limited edition giclee print of just 850 copies. Taken from the original oil painting, it depicts the brave young men of 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron taking a much earned break between operational sorties and fighter sweeps in the late summer of 1940 at RAF Hornchurch. Flying Officer Richard Hilary relaxes in the warm sunshine, listening to the gramophone and chatting with fellow Spitfire pilots about the last engagement with the enemy, as the crackle of a departing Spitfire's Merlin roars overhead.
The print is individually signed and numbered by the artist and is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenicity. The image size is approximately 390x255mm and when framed is approximately 500x400mm overall.
Please note the actual frame supplied may differ slightly from that shown, due to manufacturer's availability of moulding. Please enquire when placing your order.