ATTACKING THE SORPE DAM Commemorative Book & Print Portfolio

by Richard Taylor

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Size:
17.75 x 14.75 inches
Release Date:
1/2017

Richard’s stunning pencil drawing, completed on buff paper with colour highlights, depicts Lancaster AJ-F, piloted by Canadian Ken Brown, powering away from the Sorpe Dam as a huge plume of water erupts behind it. This was the second and final attack on the impenetrable dam which just a few hours earlier was attacked by ‘Johnny’ Johnson’s Lancaster AJ-T. Both aircraft scored direct hits.

THE LAST BRITISH DAMBUSTER by George ‘Johnny’ Johnson

Johnny Johnson is one of very few men who can recall first-hand the most daring and ingenious air raid of all time – Operation Chastise. In this superb book he relives every moment of that fateful night with unique wit and insight.  Johnny’s story is like no other.

 

The Limited Edition Commemorative Portfolio

Each portfolio includes the artist signed Limited Edition Print ATTACKING THE SORPE DAM,  along with a copy of the book THE LAST BRITISH DAMBUSTER personally signed by the author:

  • Squadron Leader George Johnson DFM

The Collectors Edition & Remarques

With all the components of the Limited Edition, each print has been conservation matted to include the original signatures of two veterans who took part in the Dambusters Raid:

  • Sergeant Ray Grayston
  • Corporal Ken Lucas
Editions Edition Size US($) QTY
Limited edition 135 $160.00
Artist proofs 25 $210.00
Collectors edition 35 $395.00
Remarques 15 $625.00
Double remarques 10 $875.00
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Editions that feature original and unique artwork, such as Remarque Editions, are specifically hand-crafted to order by the artists. As a result, our normal delivery policies do not apply to these items but we’ll be sure to update you as soon as your drawing is complete. If you have any particular request for your drawing – such as specific aircraft markings – please ask when placing your order and we will do our best to accommodate.