Demise of the Galley Uncle
During ww2 a B17 Flying Fortress, code named the Galley Uncle en route from Bangor Maine USA to Prestwick in Scotland.ran short of fuel approaching the Irish coast, it crashed beside the Graan Monastery in Enniskillen fatally injuring 7 of the crew of 12. Monks from the monastery saved the other 5. This painting was commissioned to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the accident and now hangs in the Graan.
About the Artist
Self taught, member of Guild of Motoring Artists and Guild of Railway Artists. Paint solely in AcrylicsView full profile