Sunday, November 13, 2005

RAF Lancaster painting by Mark Littlejohn

I'll be writing more about Mark Littlejohn and his works in the future but I wanted to start by posting a great painting of his called "Can we make it skipper?". It shows a Lancaster of No 61 Sqn struggling back across the North Sea after suffering damage from fighter attack during a bombing mission over Germany.

Can we make it skipper?

I've always loved the RAF Lancaster and Mark has really done justice to this stalwart of the RAF. There's a great story behind this painting which is a particular trademark of all Mark Littlejohn's work which you can read at the website. The original painting has been sold but there are prints available along with a very limited edition run of gi-clee canvas prints.

These gi-clee canvas prints are an absolute steal at £300 in my opinion and they look just like an original so if your interested in a fantastic collectors item then grab one while you can.

Currently Mark's work is only available from his gallery in Falmouth, Cornwall or his website and if your outside the UK don't worry he delivers worldwide via insured courier.

Read more about this print and others like it at Mark's online aviation art gallery
If your interested in the gi-clee canvas print visit his gi-clee gallery.

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