Camouflage Queen

£2.00

Short Sunderland MkI of 210 Sqn flying over an Atlantic convoy, bound for the Mediterranean, during the early part of WWII. This is T9044 which sank in a gale at Pembroke Dock in November 1940. Many parts of T9044 are displayed, along with its story, at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre. From an original by John Wynne Hopkins B.Ed AGAvA.

This 20.8cm x 14.7cm note card is blank inside for your own message, and features a unique and exclusive reproduction of his painting 'Camouflage Queen'

Description

Short Sunderland MkI of 210 Sqn flying over an Atlantic convoy, bound for the Mediterranean, during the early part of WWII. This is T9044 which sank in a gale at Pembroke Dock in November 1940. Many parts of T9044 are displayed, along with its story, at Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre. From an original by John Wynne Hopkins B.Ed AGAvA.

This 20.8cm x 14.7cm note card is blank inside for your own message, and features a unique and exclusive reproduction of John Wynne Hopkins’ painting ‘Camouflage Queen’

John WYnne Hopkins B.Ed AGAvA is a recognised military aviation artist who has paintings in collections across the world. He painted for numerous British Army Regiments as well as regiments of other countries. John has visited numerous war zones while gathering sketches, information and photographs for his commissions. His other passion is painting Welsh landscapes enplein air.

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