On the morning of April 18th, 1942, just four months following the devastating surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, sixteen Army Air Force B-25 bombers under the command of Lieutenant-Colonel James Doolittle engaged in a daring aerial raid to strike back at the enemy’s capital of Tokyo. For his role, Doolittle was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor.
Giclée on canvas - Image size: 24" x 36"
Available in the following editions
Studio proof edition
Signed by the artist
Note: The canvas is supplied mounted on a stretcher frame as standard, but it is also available rolled. If you prefer this option please type 'Rolled' in the addittional comments section of our order form, or specify when calling us.
Additional shipping charges apply to this item if shipped stretched, please call or email for quote.
No additional charges apply if shipped rolled.
Robert Taylor had this to say about the Studio proofs: “These Giclée proofs are so impressive, they are as close to my original painting in colour and texture as it is possible to achieve in reproduced format.”
Each canvas is signed by the artist, stamped on the back, hand-numbered and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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