BALLOON BUSTER

by Robert Taylor

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Flying a Sopwith Camel with RFC Squadron 208, Flight Lieutenant Henry Botterell brings down a German observation balloon near Arras, northern France, August 29, 1918.

Botterell acknowledges the observer with a chivalrous salute before departing the scene.

The Signature

Each print in this edition has been hand signed in pencil by First World War pilot Henry Botterell - the last surviving fighter pilot from the Great War.

  • Flight Lieutenant Henry Botterell
Media:
Lithograph
Size:
32 x 24 inches
Release Date:
1998

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