611 Squadron Watercolour by Miles O'Reilly

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611 Squadron Watercolour by Miles O'Reilly

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Watercolour, signed & dated in 1970 by Miles O'Reilly (20th century British artist) and inscribed '611 Squadron (West Lancashire) Auxiliary Airforce, Battle of Britain 1940'. The painting depicts a Messerschmitt 109 being shot down by a spitfire from 611 Squadron, which was based at RAF Duxford in 1940.
Framed in light wood with taupe mount.

Framed: 51.4cm / 20.25" x 36.2cm / 14.25"
Unframed: 39.4cm / 15.5" x 26cm / 10.25"

Period: 

1970

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